Pro Football Hall of Famer Willie Davis Goes One-on-One with Ron Morris About Media Ownership
Throughout the 1960’s, he struck a towering figure on defense for Vince Lombardi’s famed Championship Green Bay Packers teams. Since then, he’s been a towering figure as one of the most prominent minority media executives in America, as owner of All-Pro Broadcasting. Willie Davis joins Ron to discuss his story, and share how the lessons he learned ON the gridiron prepared him for his life after the final whistle. Plus, Barb Mistick of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh stops by to share her thoughts about how business is shaping up in the region, and where she sees the region headed in the future. And Doug Moore of Seubert and Associates discusses the health care debate, and what legislative policy in Washington D.C. means for the bottom lines of business owners throughout the country.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris rants about his extended vacation, and his trip to Cleveland with Lani Lazzari of Simple Sugars Scrub for a television taping.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris talks with Barb Mistick, President of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, about the current state of the library, how the library system has adapted to a more technologically-based age, and how the system strives to meet perpetual challenges in funding for its member libraries.
TAE host Ron Morris talks with legendary football defensive end Willie Davis about his on-field career, as Number 87, a Hall of Famer for Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers, and his post-playing endeavors, including All Pro Broadcasting, Willie’s radio station ownership company based in Los Angeles.