Listen Live
St. Louis Public Radio. News That Matters

 

Local Programs

 

Schedules

 

About Programs

 

Listen

 

About HD Radio

 

St. Louis Public Radio Is
My Source For...

Professor Cordell Schulten"Pondering the persistent questions of life with my students." -Professor Cordell Schulten


Hear why people are so passionate about St. Louis Public Radio.

>> More


Home > Programs > St. Louis on the Air

St. Louis on the Air - Archives

Missouri's First Congressional District

February 28, 2012

Segment A

A conversation about Rep. Russ Carnahan's decision run against fellow Democrat Rep. Lacy Clay the first district.

(Photo by Rachel Lippmann)

Windows Media
speaker icon WMP (56 kbps)


Guests

Rachel Lippmann
Reporter
St. Louis Public Radio


William Lacy Clay, Jr.
U.S. Representative, Missouri's First District


Kickstarting St. Louis Startups

February 28, 2012

Segment C

A conversation about a new era in St. Louis entrepreneurship.

Windows Media
speaker icon WMP (56 kbps)


Guests

Irwin "Pete" Peters
Executive Director
InnovateVMS


Sarah Spear
Executive Director
ArchGrants


Jim Brasunas
Executive Director
IT Entrepreneur Network



Related Information

Arch Grants
A business plan competition for startups
Arch Grants Website

Information Technology Entrepreneur Network
an initiative of the St. Louis IT Coalition and Innovate St. Louis started in April of 2008 to be a catalyst for the emergence of a thriving and robust entrepreneurial community that creates successful IT ventures.
ITEN Website

Innovate St. Louis
A non-profit organization dedicated to educating innovators, entrepreneurs and the public about how great ideas become viable business endeavors and to better collaborate and help build the entrepreneurial eco-system necessary to make the greater St. Louis region an international hub of innovation and entrepreneurship.
(314) 444-1154
Innovate St. Louis Website














ipod icon - Subscribe to the St. Louis on the Air podcast

Visit our podcast page if you would like more information.

Support St. Louis Public Radio

Pledge your support and become a member today!

>> Join Now