Bash Brothers Media is a Jackson, Mississippi based company that specializes in documentaries about the South— its past, its people, its sense of place. We find and tells those stories, in depth and on screen. BBM also produces specialized multimedia content on a wide range of platforms. To contact Bash Brothers Media, follow us at Facebook.com/bashbrothersmedia or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who We Are
Bash Brothers Media was born from a lifelong bond of sports and two converging careers in media. Jon is an acclaimed sports journalist, whose lengthy resume includes work at ESPN Radio, ABC News, The New York Daily News, FOX 40 News (WDBD, Jackson, Miss.), PlayOn! Sports, the Jackson Free Press, and Mississippi Sports Magazine. Henry is an award-winning filmmaker who graduated with an M.F.A. in documentary film from Stanford University and has produced short films that have appeared in major film festivals in Los Angeles, New York City, Toronto and more. The two founded “Bash Brothers Media” in April of 2016 to realize a dream: producing together the important and extraordinary sports stories real fans want, that Jon and Henry are uniquely fixed to tell.
Jon Wiener is an acclaimed sports journalist with footprints across all levels of media. He is currently a show host and producer on ESPN 105.9 FM The Zone (WRKS) and “High School Gameday” on MY 35 television in Jackson, Miss. He broadcasts live games for the regional PlayOn! Sports Network and was a television sports reporter at FOX 40 News (WDBD) in Jackson from 2011-1013. Jon is also an accomplished writer. He has contributed nationally for the New York Daily News, SLAM! Magazine & ABC News, and has written regular columns for the Jackson Free Press and Mississippi Sports Magazine. He announced Trinity University’s ESPY-nominated “Mississippi Miracle” play in 2007.
Henry Wiener received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University and completed his MFA in Documentary Film at Stanford University. An award-winning documentary film maker, his films have screened at theaters and film festivals around the country. Covering an eclectic group of subjects, his films tell stories of people who pursue life with special passion and energy, across a spectrum of American culture.
The San Jose Mercury News reports from the sold out premiere of “Trailhead”.