Official press release:
Jabberjaw Media, an independent talk and entertainment podcast network founded by Matt Carter (Emery, The BadChristian Podcast)and Mike Mowery (Outerloop Management & Records), has been paving the way for podcast platforms since their launch in November 2015. The network’s unique and groundbreaking shows include Lead Singer Syndrome with frontman Shane Told of rock band Silverstein, the Modern Vinyl Podcast, Washed Up Emo, The Mike Herrera Hour, The MetalSucks Podcast, The Bad Christian Podcast, Break it Down with Matt Carter, 100 Words or Less, Peer Pleasure, and more. In its first year, Jabberjaw Media has hosted groundbreaking shows and interviews – such as John Bunch‘s final interview before his untimely passing on Washed Up Emo. The success of Lead Singer Syndrome has paved the path for the show’s exclusive All Access Club, and the show continues to produce engaging interviews with a diverse array of lead singers with the approach of peer to peer candor. Further, the shows Break It Down with Matt Carter, Modern Vinyl, Mike Herrera Hour and Peer Pleasure are all shows that can be heard weekly on idobi Radio.
Jabberjaw Media Network is thrilled to announce a massive addition of six new podcast shows covering topics from the music industry, to dating in the 21st century, and even cocktail creation. Jabberjaw Media welcomes Kill Rock Stars’ The Future of What, The Ex Man Podcast hosted by Doc Coyle, O Marks the Spot by Outerloop, The Metal Podcast with Chuck and Godless, Too Old to Date, and cocktail-focused The PourTaste Podcast. This is what co-founder Mike Mowery has to say about the addition of the new shows:
“It’s a fantastic honor to be able to add new shows to the network. In the time since we launched, I’ve watched broader acceptance of podcasting within the music business, and the proliferation of more and more great shows. I’m excited that in this round of additions we are adding our first female host, our first podcasts not directly associated with music and our first scripted show. Our community continues to grow and we look forward to what’s in store for the remainder of the year.”
Jabberjaw Media was formed after founders Matt Carter and Mike Mowery saw a need for podcast hosts to strategize and find ways to build stronger audiences and share tips under one roof. They collaborated to create an entertainment-centric podcast network that enables direct communication between artists and their audience without the influence of media conglomerates or other gatekeepers. The artist-friendly network will work with its hosts in creating compelling content and encouraging free expression of thoughts, ideas, and beliefs. Jabberjaw Media exists to aggregate present podcasts and help them thrive while seeking to produce great content from interesting personalities within independent music and beyond. Jabberjaw Media shows will provide a wealth of knowledge, offer insightful stories, and thought-provoking topics. Network members and hosts not only work in the their respective industries today, but they are also genuinely passionate about the people that make up this community. As a result, the network is full of shows relevant for both fans and professionals alike.