@BrandoCash started his entertainment
career at Stevenson University. While studying Film, Video, and
Theater, Brando became involved with an internet radio show on
neighboring school, Goucher College’s radio station. Originally
only asked to take pictures, Brando refused to leave and worked
his way to becoming on air talent. After graduating from
Stevenson University and working full time in the Television
field, podcasting sparked his interest. Brando decided to leave
the internet radio show and branched out onto his own and
created The BrandoCash Network. Working with passionate and fun
hosts, the BrandoCash Network now produces a number of shows
appealing to a wide variety of interests.o weekly
shows and many more shows throughout the year.
As a hockey fan in Baltimore, MD, Brando
grew tired of the lack of hockey talk in his hometown. With the
help of Coach Daniel Hayden, the two began producing a talk show
about the Washington Capitals and the NHL. Brando and Dan
discuss recent games, how to improve the game , as well as
feature the segment Up 83 in which the hosts talk about the
Hershey Bears and the Reading Royals. No matter how many
lockouts the NHL may have, the co-host’s talk about the game
After meeting at an autograph signing for
Baltimore Raven Ray Lewis, Brando and Josh became instant
Twitter friends. Once the opportunity arose to not only talk
about the team they love-The Ravens, but record their
conversations for everyone else to hear, The Caw was born. Each
show consists of reviewing the game the previous week, naming
the MVPs of the game and giving out the game ball, and
previewing the game coming up that weekend.
fan knows that football and the Ravens have a strong female
following. Three great friends and female fans have banded
together to start their own Purple Podcast and give the women of
Baltimore a voice. They discuss Ravens games, news, and even
give out updates on where to meet players at autograph signings
and charity events.
lifelong wrestling fan, Brando knew that he was born to talk
wrestling. Originally the podcast featured radio veteran The
Phantom, who hosted the Get in the Ring Show during the Monday
Night Wars. The show features talk about the WWE, TNA, ROH, and
special interviews with those in the wrestling business.
deciding to part ways with an internet radio show, Brando wanted
to continue his talking career. The @BrandoCash Show originated
on WSR, Stevenson University Radio, and featured a special music
mix tape, What the Puck, The Caw, Worked Shoot, and these
interviews. The interviews range from comedians to wrestlers and
Brandon and Brandon Show
of twelve years decided to take their wacky conversations and
record them for all to hear. Even through fear of the microphone
and the inability to show any emotion, the show lasted 2
episodes after one of the host figured out that episodic meant
more than one.
Achievement Whore and Reluctant Noob
word in that title that Brando understands is achievement.
Brando does not play video games at all, but @SirDouglasJames
loves video games. What better way to review a video game than
to put one person who is trying to complete the game next to
someone who will make fun of the game the entire time. This idea
was definitely not stolen from Conan O’Brien.