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Jam Street Media Reaches 1M Downloads Six Months After Launch



Since the launch of its podcast network on June 15th, 2020, Jam Street Media has achieved its first milestone of 1 million downloads: The Big Swing with Strip and Coop, Deep Cover: The Real Donnie Brasco, Appalachian Mysteria and Let’s Get Into Entertainment. Having touched on a number of genres from sports, to true-crime, to entertainment, Jam Street Media has been able to build and maintain a loyal fan base for each of its shows.

“The amazing part of this milestone is that we’ve done this pre-funding and with no paid promotion,” said Matty Staudt, President of Jam Street Media. “The number speaks to the hard work from our talent, production team and social media director.”

From journalists to athletes to entertainers, the roster of talent includes people from all walks of life. Deep Cover: The Real Donnie Brasco is proudly hosted by actor Leo Rossi and Joe Pistone (a.k.a Donnie Brasco.) Pistone is not only a decorated former FBI agent but is also one of the oldest podcasters in the business at the age of 80.

In a short time, Jam Street Media has been able to take established shows and push them up the charts. Appalachian Mysteria, a true-crime podcast that focuses on mysterious murders in the Appalachian region of the country, currently sits at 33 on Apple Podcast for US Documentaries. The Big Swing Podcast, hosted by MLB All-Star pitcher Ross Stripling and Cooper Surles, sits at 22 on the Apple Podcast charts for Baseball All-Time.

“A big-time congratulations to Jam Street Media,” said Stripling. “I’m really excited to be a part of a growing network and look forward to seeing the awesome shows they’ll bring their listeners in the future.”

Surles echoed the sentiment of Stripiling saying, “Jam Street is a company full of collaboration, and is a great place for creators to share their voices.”

In 2021, Jam Street Media plans to release season two of Deep Cover: The Real Donnie Brasco and season three of Appalachian Mysteria.


Jam Street Media Launches Podcast Network with Slate of Programming



Jam Street Media, an LA-based podcast production and consulting firm focused on branded content and top talent, is announcing the launch of its podcast network with a portfolio of shows.

The company – founded by Matty Staudt, former vice president of podcast programming at iHeartRadio and director of content at Stitcher – aims to help take proven talent who have great ideas for shows and make them a reality, as well as find great independent shows currently being produced that can benefit from their years of experience producing and promoting podcasts.

“I have spent a career working with talent to create important and long-lasting shows. I want to make shows that break the mold, appeal to a diversity of audiences, and leave people feeling good about themselves. We are an industry that creates companionship and comfort, which is what our network will provide,” said Staudt. “I’m also looking forward to finding great independent producers who can use our knowledge of production and business to gain the audiences they deserve.”

Jam Street Media’s newly-launched podcast network features three shows:

Big Swing Podcast a podcast hosted by Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling and longtime sports fan Cooper Surles with pro athlete guests, talking about sports, pop culture, business, and everything in between. It’s where athletes go to talk about sports.

Deep Dive with Vanessa Mdee a talk show hosted by the International pop star and personality, featuring inspirational guests, personal stories, and poetry.

Deep Cover: The Real Donnie Brasco features the true stories as told by the real Donnie Brasco, Joe Pistone, about his time with the mob. Sometimes the real story is better than the movie.

The company plans to expand its network in the coming months, with the acquisition of a number of new podcasts and IP.

Added Staudt: “I am so lucky to have found our new Executive Producer, Amanda Rosenberg who will be working on several projects that celebrate women including “Wake Up,” the true story of a woman who lost her memories to amnesia and was shocked about what she learned when they started coming back. We are also working with several documentarians and reporters to bring their stories to podcasting.”

Jam Street Media has partnered with podcast giant Acast for the hosting, distribution, and monetization of its programming.

“Acast is thrilled to be working with Jam Street Media. Matty is a veteran in the world of podcasting — an OG audio guy — who has the unique ability to spot projects that have potential and make them shine,” said Rebecca Steinberg, content development manager at Acast. “The industry benefits from players like Jam Street Media, who invest the time and energy into creating quality content with a diverse pool of talent.”