Tag Archives: 101 ESPN

Six Months After Leaving St. Louis – Six Lessons Learned by Kent
September 18, 2013

by Kent Sterling Six months ago today, I packed and came home.  The job as program director at 101ESPN wasn’t enough to keep me happy, and just as important it wasn’t enough to keep my wife happy. Many of the people at 101ESPN were wonderful, and I’m looking forward to seeing many of them this […]

Unlike More Talked About Radio Hosts, 101 ESPN’s Randy Karraker Does It Right – Always
August 13, 2013

by Kent Sterling The madness surrounding the idiocy perpetrated by Jack Clark upon the legacy of Albert Pujols has generated headlines in St. Louis and across the country because watching the self-immolation of the famous has become an American pastime.  I wasn’t going to write about it because the squeaky wheels getting the grease in […]

Top Ten Lessons Learned in St. Louis
May 7, 2013

by Kent Sterling Making mistakes is nothing new for me.  Throughout my life, I’ve made decisions that required subsequent corrective actions, and moving to St. Louis definitely qualifies.  I’m good at trying things, and I’m also good at knowing when things fit and when they don’t.  Despite working with some of the best people I’ve […]

What I’ve Learned in St. Louis So Far
August 7, 2011

by Kent Sterling For seven weeks, I’ve been a St. Louisan as the program director of 101 ESPN – one of the best sportstalk radio stations in America.  This is the first move my family has made in 18 years, and the first time as bona fide adults.  There is a lot to know, and […]