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Jerusalem - All-sports Talk Radio Debuts in Israel

Published on: October 4, 2010 04:59 PM
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Jerusalem - When Andy Gershman and Ari Louis made aliya from the US in 2009, the last thing they planned on doing was launching their own radio show – let alone having their own radio station.

The pair met in Jerusalem’s Ulpan Morasha in September 2009 and instantly built up a rapport through their love of sports.

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Less than a year and a half down the line, however, they have practically become radio veterans, successfully running and marketing the only sports show on Rusty Mike Radio.

On Monday Oct 4, just a few months after they quit Rusty Mike, Gershman and Louis’s dream project come to fruition with the first ever broadcast of Israel Sports Radio.

Read the full story at The Jerusalem Post 

Online: Israel Sports Radio 



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 Oct 04, 2010 at 08:50 PM Anonymous Says:

This is long overdue. There isn't a decent sports program in all of EY. Hundreds of thousand of yiddin including many olim from the U.S. an even many frum yidden, are big sports fans and desparately needed a show like this. There are plenty of rabbonim giving daf yomi claesses but none of them has a clue about fantasy footbal all the NCAA championships.

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 Oct 04, 2010 at 09:23 PM bigwheeel Says:

With all the problems facing the people and government of Israel, the creation of an all-sports radio station is not a top priority. But, for the most avid followers of sports events, especially those that they take a strong personal interest in, this is filling a great demand. Hopefully, they will have quality programming and be successful.

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 Oct 04, 2010 at 11:49 PM charliehall Says:

Josh Halickman used to live in my neighborhood! His wife is a brilliant torah teacher who runs a seminary for girls

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 Oct 05, 2010 at 12:13 AM memyself Says:

#1 why does a rav have to know about sports? are you gonna ask your rav who to vote for in the all-star game? or should he honor L James with a mizrach seat?

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 Oct 05, 2010 at 12:41 AM LiberalismIsADisease Says:

Nebach! From G'henim, King Antiyochis is happy that he succeeded.



This is NOT a good story!

(and, yes, I am a sports fan!)

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 Oct 06, 2010 at 01:18 PM Reb Yid Says:

I guess everyone needs to make a parnassa. Hopefully it will be listened to by chilonim who would otherwise be listening to a lot worse, rather than taking people away from learning (or, you know, web surfing and commenting on vosizneias)

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