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Marketing automation requires an ongoing investment of time and resources to reach the “promised ROI” everyone talks about. It’s really ...

ABOUT US


The Open Source launched as a St. Louis podcast company on August 7, 2017. Since that time, The Open Source has become the largest ON DEMAND audio product in the region. We are a team of recognized and awarded broadcast professionals who create credible and informative episodes. We service every demographic group by providing a vast number of shows that are designed to help everyone Achieve & Thrive.

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RUTH EZELL GETS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Ruth is known to radio audiences as a co-host of Total Information AM on KMOX. Over the course of her career, she has worked at several radio and television stations in the Midwest as a reporter, producer and anchor—most recently at St. Louis' KSDK for 10 years before joining KETC. She is a four-time Mid-America Emmy award winner and a six-time winner of the Excellence in Communications Awards sponsored by the Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists.





INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY
The Open Source team works for the betterment of the community, organizations such as Mathews Dickey Boys & Girls, Radio Arts foundation, Amanda Murphy Hopewell Center, NCADA and so many others know us well.


WE ARE SKILLED PUBLIC SPEAKERS CONTACT US TO STRENGTHEN YOUR NEXT EVENT


The Open Source Team makes personal appearances. As broadcast professionals, we are skilled public speakers who engage and thrill audiences. Use us to lead panel discussions or perform Master of Ceremonies tasks. We can also drop the mike with a great motivational speech. Contact us for more information. READ BIOS 

IN THE COMMUNITY:
FREE Vision Screenings

Saturday-June 6, 2020
Bellefontaine Neighbors Community Center
9am-1pm
No appointment necessary

Parents of school aged children think that good vision is important. Yet, less than 50% take their children for regular eye exams. According to the Centers for Disease Control, vision problems are the most prevalent disabling condition among children. Early and regular screenings are important to a child's lifelong health development and educational attainment.