Mike Lindsay (aka @crumsrevenge) sits down one-on-one with former assistant basketball coach Jerry Jones to talk about specific games and experiences over the years with University of Louisville basketball.
At louisville.am, we clearly think that radio and media are transforming. This is also true for Sharon Scott at ART+FM, who is embracing the experimental programming aspects of broadcasting and is working to build a business with a mass collection of volunteers and their ideas for doing something that matters.
NEWS: Mike and Mark recap the week’s Louisville news for Basketball, Football, and Baseball. This episode includes player updates, Louisville’s recently 2014 ACC football schedule, and the Baseball team sweeping #2 ranked Vanderbilt to qualify for the big dance in Omaha.
After find success in online wagering venture while in South Africa, Lou Kelmanson found himself in Louisville and was pleasantly plugged in to the startup community right away. Three years later, he’s invested in plenty but is still an entrepreneur first.
Fresh off of the announcement that they’re in the inaugural class for Velocity SI, Ron Karroll and Ariel Caplan sit down in the newly Christened Louisville.AM studio to talk about their music-based startup called Collabra Music.
Staging a major (and growing) event is no small feat, and local-boy-made-good Conrad Bachmann started planning the Louisville International Film Festival 6 years ago, as he was well into his ’70s. But his history as an entrepreneur and independent guy gave him the smarts and experience to pull off this gem of a festival that keeps Louisville in Hollywood’s spotlight.