John Asher of Churchill Downs

Rusty #10 with John Asher and Angie Fenton

Louisville Podcast with Churchill Downs & WHAS A special day, August 28, as I was able to record this week’s podcasts with John Asher of Churchill Downs and Angie Fenton of WHAS-TV. Why special? Well, it was my 53rd birthday, which naturally brought up topics

Diane Williamson and Angie Fenton

Rusty Satellite 7

Angie Fenton & Diane Williamson This week’s podcast on the Rusty Satellite Show features Angie Fenton, who describes her media career and recent exit from the Voice-Tribune, as well as some antics she’s been able to be a part of as the go-to reporter on

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Rusty Satellite 6

Starting off, here’s a big thank you — to Diane Williamson, the area’s phenomenal voice talent, for giving the Rusty Satellite Show some free voice promos. That’s her doing the intros on today’s show.She’s gotten some pretty cool clients, not the least impressive of which

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Rusty Satellite 5

Nick Weis and Perry Clark on Movie Making and Marijuana Listen to the podcast Again, an action-packed week of stuff going on. I convinced Nick Weis to come by the Louisville.am studios in the Highlands to talk about his documentary called “World’s Greatest Extra”. Nick,

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Rusty Satellite 4

Rusty Show Guests this week: Bernie Lubbers and Steve Fehder Listen to the podcast. What a week, both personally and professionally. Here’s a link to this week’s podcast of The Rusty Satellite Show. Let’s just say that I had some of time freed up by

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Rusty Satellite 3

Rusty Satellite #3 with Shannon Cogan and J.K. McKnight Listen to Podcast I am sort of getting the hang of this podcast thing. At least I hope so, even though I must point out to any of you who actually listen to the podcast that

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Rusty Satellite 2

Rusty Satellite #2, With Adam Lefkoe and Kirk Kandle Listen to Podcast Listen Up! It’s podcast #2 of the Rusty Satellite Show. Kirk and Maya in Crescent Hill It’s been fun figuring out a new medium, and getting back into the groove of media. This