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Serial Marketer David Berkowitz Joins Mediaocean

Long-time advertising and media industry marketing, strategy and media executive David Berkowitz has joined Mediaocean as senior vice president-corporate marketing and communications. He joins from his own consulting practice and founder of Serial Marketer, a Slack-based community for marketers he launched in 2018, and which he will continue to manage...

Mediaocean Appoints Strategic Marketing Executive David Berkowitz as SVP Corporate Marketing and Communications

Mediaocean, the mission-critical platform for omnichannel advertising, has named David Berkowitz as Senior Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Communications. Leveraging decades of experience and a widely respected career across top strategic marketing posts, Berkowitz will oversee key functions for Mediaocean, including global public relations, analyst relations, corporate messaging and content.

WATCH: Alpha Public Insurance Adjusters’ David Berkowitz Ensures You Receive Full Compensation

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – David Berkowitz of Alpha Public Insurance Adjusters ensures that you receive all the money you are entitled to from your insurance claim. Insurance adjusters investigate insurance claims, make recommendations regarding the payment of benefits from insurance policies, and negotiate payments and settlements. The team at Alpha...

Today in History: The Capture of David Berkowitz, a.k.a. Son of Sam

On July 26, 1976, Jody Valenti and Donna Lauria sat in a parked car in the Pelham Bay area of the Bronx. The young women, both just 18 years old, were immersed in a conversation when David Berkowitz shot three bullets into the car. Moments later, Lauria was dead and Valenti was severely wounded. A string of murders similar to this would occur throughout New York City over the next year, imbuing fear in residents from all five boroughs. It was not until Berkowitz left a note at a murder site that the world learned his preferred name: Son of Sam. .44 caliber bullets, a parking ticket, eyewitness accounts, and suspicious neighbors would eventually lead to his downfall — 44 years ago today.

The Sons of Sam: 4 Pieces of Evidence That Suggest David Berkowitz Didn't Act Alone

One of the latest true-crime additions to Netflix's library, The Sons of Sam unpacks the evidence that investigative journalist Maury Terry accumulated over decades of researching the David Berkowitz case. Terry's central thesis was that Berkowitz, the so-called Son of Sam, didn't kill six people and injure seven others by himself. Terry believed that Berkowitz had been part of a more widespread cult when the Son of Sam crimes unfolded between 1976 and 1977. While officials tried to portray Terry as a conspiracy theorist, many colleagues and detectives noticed his solid evidence. So, what were the most compelling revelations from Terry's lifelong investigation? Ahead, we've rounded up four pieces of evidence that suggest that Berkowitz didn't act alone in the Son of Sam case.

The Sons of Sam: Who Was Roy Radin? How He Was Potentially Linked to David Berkowitz

You might know convicted serial killer David Berkowitz as the notorious "Son of Sam" behind the shootings that terrorized New York City between 1976 and 1977. But Netflix's The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness explores the possibility of more than one perpetrator behind the deadly attacks. Following the thorough research of investigative journalist Maury Terry, the true-crime docuseries looks into Berkowitz's connection to a widespread satanic cult across the nation. One lead that Terry fell into was that of Roy Radin, an unsavory producer who was rumored to be a cult leader. So who was Radin, and what happened to him? Here's what you need to know about him.

Yes, David Berkowitz Blamed His Serial Killing Urgings on a Labrador Retriever

For some reason, America seems to be obsessed with serial killers, murders, crimes, and all sorts of criminals that are hell-bent on destroying people's lives. We love to turn these people into celebrities and write tons of books and news articles about them, give them interviews and publishing deals, and make a bunch of documentaries, dramas, and true crime series off of their kills.

Is David Berkowitz still alive in 2021? Where is the Son Of Sam now?

Is David Berkowitz still alive in 2021? David Berkowitz is the subject of a new Netflix docuseries, The Sons Of Sam, which investigates his shootings in New York in the summer of 1976. Amid news the series, some are curious to learn more about the Son Of Sam killings and whether David Berkowitz is still alive.

The Sons of Sam: Here's What Happened to David Berkowitz After He Was Caught

Netflix's latest true-crime project takes another look at one of New York City's deadliest murder sprees. The docuseries The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness re-examines the David Berkowitz case that terrorized New York City in the '70s. While Berkowitz was held responsible for the Son of Sam shootings, investigative journalist Maury Terry believed that there was more to this case. So what happened to David Berkowitz after he was caught? Berkowitz did, in fact, talk with Terry on two occasions after he was convicted. Today, he is still serving six consecutive life sentences in prison, where he has taken to the Christian faith.

David Berkowitz now – Is the Son of Sam killer still alive?

There are two central figures in The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness: journalist Maury Terry, the author of The Ultimate Evil: An Investigation into America's Most Dangerous Satanic Cult, and David Berkowitz, referred to by some as the .44 Caliber Killer, and more widely known as the Son of Sam, a name he gave himself.

Before Watching Netflix's The Sons of Sam, Here's What to Know About David Berkowitz

Netflix's new docuseries The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness takes on the infamous case of David Berkowitz, the 24-year-old postal worker from Yonkers, NY, who was convicted for killing six people between 1976 and 1977. The true-crime series focuses primarily on the records and investigations of journalist Maury Terry as he pushed against the single-shooter narrative that the police and media presented. While the NYPD stuck to the story that Berkowitz committed his crimes alone, Terry believed that Berkowitz had other accomplices and was part of a more widespread satanic cult. In interviews, Berkowitz even confirmed some of Terry's theories.

Netflix's Upcoming 'Sons Of Sam' Docuseries Questions If David Berkowitz Really Acted Alone

A new docuseries aims to question the narrative around New York's infamous “Son of Sam” murders and whether serial killer David Berkowitz really acted alone. Netflix dropped a trailer on Wednesday for “The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness,” a four-part docuseries which will premiere May 5. The project’s director, Joshua Zeman, revisits the notorious shooting spree that terrorized New York City while exploring a theory that David Berkowitz wasn’t a lone killer.