'The Boom' host Jewel Wicker on Atlanta's entertainment industry after the writer's strike

Over a thousand of union members and supporters packed into Teamsters 728's Union Hall to rally in support of SAG-AFTRA on Tuesday, August 22nd. The union, which represents actors, announcers, puppeteers, voiceover artists and other media professionals joined a picket line over 40 days ago that has already held for 113 days by the Writer’s Guild of America. (Matthew Pearson/WABE)

WABE’s podcast “The Boom” features award-winning entertainment reporter Jewel Wicker, with the host looking at everything going on in Atlanta’s film industry.

Entertainment and culture reporter Jewel Wicker is host of new WABE podcast, “The Boom.” (Courtesy of Phyllis Iller)

Now, on its tenth episode, there’s plenty to catch up on.

When she spoke with “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress, Wicker said business is picking back up with the writer’s strike over, but many people are still out of work due to the ongoing actor’s strike.

You can find all episodes of “The Boom” wherever you listen to podcasts.

Christopher Alston contributed to this report.