August 4, 2021

JAKIB Media Announce Eagles Post Game Show with Philadelphia Sports Media Personality Derrick Gunn

JAKIB Media Partners announced today a Philadelphia Eagles Post Game Show with Derrick Gunn, the premier Eagles Reporter.

Launching across the JAKIB Media Network during the upcoming 2021 NFL Season, Gunner will host BIRDS LIVE POST GAME SHOW w/ DERRICK GUNN, MARC FARZETTA, and Eagles All-Pro right tackle LANE JOHNSON (Weekly Contributor). 

YouTube will be the exclusive video platform for the show and other media elements will be utilized across the growing sports platform. BIRDS 365 CO-HOST & NFL INSIDER JOHN MCMULLEN will report from the stadiums and Philly Media Personality DEVAN KANEY will report, provide commentary and represent the voice of the fans.

BIRDS “LIVE POST GAME” SHOW will debut on Sunday, September 12, 2021 immediately following the Eagles-Falcons Season Opener. The Two-Hour Show will air exclusively on the JAKIB Media Network. 

“The Talent we have assembled for this Birds Post Game Show is incredible and amazing” said Joe Krause, Owner of JAKIB Media. “This show is an absolute must watch for Birds Fans everywhere.” If you’re not a Subscriber – do it now!

BIRDS “LIVE POST GAME” SHOW will cover the game from the inside with in-depth knowledge, live drops and interviews from the stadium and insight that only Gunner & Farzetta can provide following every game on the 2021 schedule.

Johnson will join the show every week and provide candid commentary while McMullen will cover and report from the stadium. In addition to reporting & contributing to the Post Game Show, Kaney will also host the POST-POST GAME SHOW!

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