Boston, MA, December 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- MommaJam is a crank up the volume, shout out loud audio podcast for mothers. The talk radio style show covers MOP Culture (mom pop culture), including everything from style, entertainment, news and trends – all from a mom's point of view. The show also discusses serious issues, such as the food allergy epidemic, afflicting families today. MommaJam is launching its fourth season in January 2010.
MommaJam is a fun way for parents to stay connected,” said Sara Eberle, MommaJam's host and founder. “The shows are designed to have an edge. We provide information that is meaningful to mothers, but is presented in a way that is authentic. Some shows will make you laugh out loud and nod knowingly, others could make you cry.”
Every episode features a special guest who is an expert, artist, parent in the trenches, or business leader making decisions about products and entertainment influencing children. The topics are appropriate for moms in all stages of parenthood, from baby to teenagers.
MommaJam is an empowering place where motherhood is celebrated. The engrossing and enlightening shows offer access to creative people in the know and resources that will help make life a little easier. “It's a place to get a break, but also learn something new to get through the day,” said Eberle.
To download MommaJam, click on the MommaJam page at the MommaJam.com website, then scroll down to find the episode you want and click "Listen." This will activate the episode. Click the right arrow button to start the podcast. You can also subscribe to the show through Apple's iTunes music service. When you go to the iTunes store, do a search for MommaJam, then click "Subscribe" or click on the episode you want to hear. Once you subscribe through iTunes, MommaJam automatically downloads onto your computer every time a new show airs.
MommaJam is compatible with PCs and Macintosh systems and will play on Apple's iPhones and iPods and any other MP3 device you have for your music. It's fun to listen to on a walk, at the gym, in the car, making dinner, at your computer, anywhere. The segments are deliberately short, around 15 minutes – the perfect amount of time for busy moms to get a quick blurb of information.
MommaJam has a nationwide audience. For more information, please contact Sara Faiola Eberle at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 339-223-9265.
MommaJam is a parenting podcast that covers MOP Culture (Mom Pop Culture), including everything from style, entertainment, news and trends – all from a mom's point of view. The show also discusses serious issues, such as the food allergy epidemic, afflicting families today. The show's host is Sara Eberle. MommaJam is available at MommaJam.com or Apple's iTunes music service, and is compatible with PCs and Macintoshes. Listeners can play the podcast on their computer, Apple iPhone or iPod, or any MP3 device. Contact Sara Eberle at email@example.com or go MommaJam.com.
About Sara Eberle
Sara Eberle is the creator, producer and host of MommaJam, a parenting podcast that covers MOP Culture (mom pop culture). She has two children, ages 3 and 6. Sara realized mothers need some edge, stimulating conversation and connections to other parents, since being at home with children can be isolating. Conversely, working moms can also feel out of the loop, since they are not a part of the daily play date social circle. She launched MommaJam in 2007 as creative outlet for herself, as well as for inspiration to other mothers who want a moment to laugh out loud or cry with their peers. MommaJam is geared for all types of parents, whether staying-at-home or working, who face the everyday challenges of taking care of their children and teenagers.
Sara is a contributing writer for Parents and Kids magazine. She has also written for FamilyFun and Night Sky magazines. In 2005, Sara wrote a monthly column called, The New Mom, for the Lincoln Journal and Lexington Minuteman, two newspapers in metro Boston.
Prior to MommaJam and being a writer and mother, Sara owned a public relations firm in Los Angeles, representing video games, consumer software products and technology companies. She is an entrepreneur at heart and, after running a business and being in the thick of pop culture and emerging technologies for 15 years, she is happily raising her children and dreaming up the next big step for MommaJam, which is to launch the show on satellite or terrestrial radio nationwide.