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Brandon Holthaus is a 28 year old from Baltimore, MD. Brandon has a Bachelor degree in Film, Video, Theater from Stevenson University. For 6 years Brandon has worked in the entertainment industry with Maryland Public Television, REJ and Associates, and Stevenson University. During his free time Brandon co-hosts and produces two weekly sports podcasts, What The Puck and The Caw. Each podcast is featured on iTunes and Stitcher Radio. What The Puck is a part of the Baltimore Sports Report Network.
During his off time, Brandon spends time with his Godson and Goddaughter, as well as his bulldog/scottie mix, Bella, and russian blue cat, Zamboni. Brandon is also an avid Baltimore Ravens and Washington Capitals fan.
Coach Dan is a 27 year old from Aspen Hill, MD. He graduated from Stevenson University in Film, Video, and Theater with a Bachelor's Degree. He is a lifelong Caps fan, even during the lean years. He grew up around the game of hockey, learning about the game from his dad and watching his older brother play. From the old Capital Centre to Verizon, Dan has been going to and watching games for years. When he isn’t talking on What The Puck or watching Caps games he writes for Capitals Outsider.com. Sometimes he may do all three at once. What The Puck is available on iTunes, Stitcher, Baltimore Sports Report, and Capshill.com
Josh Murr is a lifelong Baltimore Ravens fan. He grew up in Baltimore, MD following the Ravens throughout their many years in Baltimore. Josh lives and breathes the NFL and takes after his hero, Ray Lewis. The Caw is available on iTunes and Stitcher.
@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.