When RBR-TVBR last reported on Ludwig Enterprises, the subscription digital radio start-up using excess DTV bandwidth had fired up its first test market in Miami and then shut down operations while it tried to raise cash. Ludwig now says it will deploy the first U.S. national multicultural radio network.
Ludwig’s “The One” radios receive 50 channels of audio. Ludwig’s programming consists of 40 channels of ethnic talk radio (Filipino, Pakistani, Hebrew, Chinese, Greek, Russian and many more). The remaining channels include, in English, old time radio shows, 24-hour news without commentary, audio books, educational and religious program as well as a classical music.
RBR-TVBR asked for a run-down of the DTV stations and cities Ludwig is or will be carrying the network on, but has not heard back as of yet.
Ludwig (Pink Sheets: LUDG) is a Nevada based technology company with regional offices in Pompano Beach, FL.
Current Management / Directors include Patrick Greenish, Jean Cherubin and Frank Merklein.
Greenish is an attorney, former VP International affairs Federal Express, former director of International business development MCI. He has extensive business experience in International Business Development.
Cherubin owns and operates Haitian and Jamaican radio stations (WAVS-AM, WSRF-AM Miami-Ft. Lauderdale) and has recently purchased a Spanish content TV station. He is president of Alliance Broadcasting Network.
Merklein is a former VP of the Television Bureau Advertising, former director International TV Projects for Time Life Broadcasting (Now Time Warner), former director United Artist Theaters (now Regal Entertainment Group), former VP 20th Century Fox for cable and satellite operations and has stated and operated numerous cable television facilities.
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