The J-Man Show#127: Ain’t Afraid of No COPPA

This week the J-Man looks into the fear surrounding COPPA, and YouTube. He will try to unravel what could go wrong but also bring about what you could do to fight it all so you won’t gain any penalty fees. He will also look into the rise of Black Fridays, and Thanksgiving.

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The J-Man Show#114: Why We Need Comedy?

J-Man returns with a double special for the week this time discussing the importance of comedy despite full on censorship from PC Culture and other complaints. He will also discuss other developments in J360 Radio from a recent polling.


The J-Man Show Episode 16 has landed!


The J-Man Show#16

Title: Film Redemptions

Synopsis: On this special episode, J attempts to redeem three movies that popular opinion deems to be horrible films from their sentences. He attempts to explain why they are decent films to enjoy and how time plays a factor in how we perceive things. It can also help me a previously detested film improve over the years.

Part of the Double Up J-Man Show special with Ep.15



Songs Of The Day: 09/02/16 Censorship Friday Double Trouble


Hey J360 Legion!

I’m sure you all have heard about the latest YouTube news regarding the new Terms of Services. Remember how vague they were?

Well now they’re worse, and have more vague stipulations with punishments including demonetizing , flagging down videos, and banning/deleting channels. While even using terms to tie it all together like “Advertiser Friendly.”  In some way or another YouTube is clobbering Freedom of Speech,Freedom of Self-Expression, and Fair Use at the same time.

If you need more information about these rules, check out this link courtesy of

While YouTube hasn’t been a friendly website at times, there’s still no reason for Iron gripped Censorship due to different point of views, creators relaying information,  and/or using fair use to support their opinions. I’d at least hope the people would share credit and links for where they got the original sources. YouTube was once a platform that allowed you to express yourself, and gain plenty with a profitable income or extra money. For some reason, things started to get messy in 2015 and is now coming to a head in the latter part of 2016.

The site isn’t dead yet however can be awesome again but all creatives need to unite, and speak against these vague rules. It could be a long shot but sometimes that’s all you need to get things done. Remember if you let these things get an inch over you, they’ll take a mile and the opposition usually wants more even if they win so don’t allow yourself to be railroaded.

However we will need inspirational songs to get us there first, and there’s plenty from the Pink Floyd catalogue to help with this.  So it’s a Double Feature Friday this week, and major shout outs to Pink Floyd for being forward thinking, and yes we’re using YouTube links for that extra ounce of snark (haha).

Pig (three different ones) by Pink Floyd

Welcome to the Machine by Pink Floyd