Jam Street Media Weekly Update
Weekly Update - October 5, 2020
Jam Street Media Spotlight
Indianapolis Colts Offensive Quality Control Coach Jerrod Johnson joins Cooper Surles as guest host for last week's show.
position, and after his playing days were over he stepped into the role of coaching. In addition to his role with the Colts, he also spends his time as a coach with the Elite 11 quarterback competition. He and Coop discuss at length his time with the young quarterbacks in the program, and the talent that they produce. Plus, they dive into the world of college football and who their top-3 are to ever grace the NCAA.Former Heisman Trophy winner, USC and NFL superstar Reggie Bush could be in that mix.
Let's Get Into Entertainment
The guys treated us to an interesting view of film festivals for this week's show. Special guest Paul Espinosa joined Mark and Tuddy for a discussion on how the world of film festivals changed during 2020. As a board member of the Media Arts Center of San Diego, Paul has a hand in the production of the San Diego Latino Film Festival. This year they went virtual, and we get insight on how that may impact the industry festivals in the future. The conversation continued, with the guys getting into the effective and unknown areas of festivals that are crucial things to know for any independent creator. Listen to the full talk here.
International Podcast Day!
Last week, the podcasting community celebrated the impact of podcasts, and how they can bring people together from all corners of the globe. At Jam Street Media, we've prided ourselves in amplifying the voices of the world with our unique roster of shows. But, we took this day to thank the hundreds of thousands of listeners for helping us make that happen. With the help of them, our producers, content creators, and hosts we have been able to cultivate a beautiful growing community. Thank you to everyone, and here's to the next International Podcast Day.
Season one of Appalachian Mysteria gave us the gruesome story of Mared and Karen: The WVU Coed Murders. The story follows the long investigation of Mared Malarik and Karen Ferrell, two West Virginia University freshman who went missing on a chilly January night in 1970. There decapitated bodies were later found 88 days later, and the search for their killer was on.
The mysteries inside the Appalachian's continued to be unearthed with season two- Big Savage: The Death of Alexander Stevens. Almost 50 years later, in the state of Maryland, a dismembered body was found in Savage River State Forest. It was the body of Alexander Stevens, but that wasn't all they found. Emerging from the woods was a girl who was naked, injured and hypothermic. Soon they would discover her to be Megan Shaffer a companion of Alexander, and also-- his killer. This season goes into detail about what led to the heartless and ritualistic killing of Alex. We also follow the trial of Megan, and find out more about the case then we could have imagined.
Bodies seem to be losing their heads all over the Appalachian Mountains.The release of season three is coming soon, and it might just have you losing your head as well. So catch up on the first two seasons of Appalachian Mysteria anywhere you listen to podcasts.
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