A New Voice for SDPB on All Things Considered

Posted by Heather Benson on

We’re pleased to welcome Jeremy Ludemann SDPB.

Jeremy joins SDPB as the new host of All Things Considered. Born and raised in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Jeremy comes to SDPB most recently from WOUB, Ohio University’s NPR/PBS affiliate, where he worked as a newscaster and general assignment reporter and producer. Jeremy holds a B.A. in communication from The College of Wooster and has completed graduate work in journalism at Ohio University. Jeremy enjoys history, reading, concerts and sports. He lives in Vermillion.

Jeremy spent some time with us to translate some South Dakota sayings back into South Carolina speak:

 

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