John Paul interviews Kerry O'Neil, Nashville music giant and founder of Big Yellow Dog Music. He has worked in all facets of the music industry and does consulting for some of the tops acts in the U.S. music scene.
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Loyola instructor Lisa Martin hosts a panel discussion with WWL radio's Jim Henderson, the Times Picayune's Jeff Duncan, the New Orleans Saints' Michael Lewis, and Loyola's own President Emeritus, Father James Carter S.J. about the New Orleans Saints and their unique relationship with the city of New Orleans.
John Snyder interviews Fr. James Carter about his time at Loyola and how the University has developed during his 20 year tenure as President and afterwards
Big Chief Clarence Delco Dalcour reflects upon his memories of Bo Dollis and how the legendary Chief helped him get his start in the Mardi Gras Indian community
Bill Barnett is interviewed by John Snyder about his 50 year relationship with Loyola University and how the school has changed since his days as a student.
In this Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Program Series, drummer Ray Fransen discusses his long career as a teacher and retail store owner. Topics include the challenges of teaching private lessons; maintaining a competitive edge against large retailers; and how the New Orleans music community has changed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Program Series, drum shop proprietor Ray Fransen discusses the mutually beneficial relationship that flourished between his Drum Center and the New Orleans music community after Hurricane Katrina.
In a forum held at Loyola University, New Orleans, George Bundy (CEO of BRS Media) shares his thoughts on the future of terrestrial radio, and discusses some advantages that traditional radio stations have, that internet radio stations simply cannot match.