Byline

Fridays at 1pm

On Byline we re-examine the top stories around Louisville and look at what's coming next. With regular segments on everything from arts to politics, it's an essential conversation about what's happening in Louisville. 

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Arts and Humanities
5:30 pm
Fri January 18, 2013

Louisville Film Society and 'New Jerusalem' with Will Oldham

Today on Byline, WFPL's Arts and Humanities Reporter Erin Keane sat down with Ryan Daily of the Louisville Film Society. He discusses the functions of the Society, their newly-renovated cinema space, the Dreamland Film Center on Market Street, special Louisville screenings of New Jerusalem this weekend, and film noir.

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Local News
3:21 pm
Fri January 18, 2013

Byline | Fairness in Vicco; Judy Green's Legacy; Lynn's Paradise Lost; Scott Co. Hoops

Here is what we covered in this edition of Byline:

At the top - The Appalachian town of Vicco recently became the smallest municipality in the country to pass a law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation.  We discuss it with WFPL’s Devin Katayama, who’s been talking with town officials.

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Byline
9:17 pm
Fri January 4, 2013

Legislative Preview; Sugar Bowl Victory; 'Insourcing' at GE: Today on Byline

1:06 - WFPL and KPR's Kenny Colston tells us what we can expect from the upcoming legislative session in Kentucky, and Joseph Lord looks back at this week's Sugar Bowl victory by the University of Louisville.

1:16 - Andrea Seabrook and DecodeDC explore the interplay of politics and the media, and how press coverage can feed into the negative, partisan bickering in Washington. Case in point: The Fiscal Cliff.

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Local News
5:25 pm
Fri December 21, 2012

KY School Safety; Hello SoFo; Beshear in 2013; Poet Kiki Petrosino: Today on Byline

Here is the rundown for this edition of Byline:

At the top - School safety funding in Kentucky used to hover around $10 million a year through most of the 2000s.  But in 2009 and since, that funding fell by roughly 60%.  Tom Loftus from the Courier-Journal joins us to discuss the reasons and what might change.

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Local News
7:00 am
Sun December 16, 2012

Interstates in Louisville: An Oral History

As the Ohio River Bridges Project moves slowly forward, and as the opposition shows no signs of weakening, WFPL takes a look back at the first time highways were built in Louisville.

In this oral history, our experts recount a story of urban destruction, power plays, citizen activism and the pursuit of progress. The guests are:

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Local News
3:57 pm
Fri December 14, 2012

Local Option Tax; Petrino Returns; Kentucky Polls; Sugar Plum Fairy: Today on Byline

Here is what we cover in this edition of Byline:

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Local News
3:00 pm
Sat December 8, 2012

Unemployed Homeowners Entitled to Assistance, but Many Don't Know About It

The Unemployment Bridge Program has $149 million in its coffers to help prevent Kentuckians who have lost their jobs from losing their homes as well. Indiana has $222 million in its Hardest Hit Fund for the same purpose. But each state has awarded just a small fraction of the available money, because not many struggling homeowners have heard that help is available.

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Local News
3:25 pm
Fri December 7, 2012

Strong Stays; Bridge Toll Suits; Ag Outlook; Local Trumpeters in Lincoln Movie: Today on Byline

Here's what is covered in this edition of Byline:

At the top - It was a week of speculation and drama about head University of Louisville football coach, Charlie Strong. We talk with Courier-Journal sports writer C.L. Brown about Coach Strong's decision to turn down the Tennessee football coaching job and stay at U of L.

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Local News
3:20 pm
Fri November 30, 2012

Big Sports Week; Political Turkeys & State News; Heaven Real?; Homophobic No More: Today on Byline

Here is the rundown for today's edition of Byline:

At the top - It was a big week for local sports fans.  WFPL's Joseph Lord and KPR's Kenny Colston talk about the acceptance of U of L’s athletic programs into the Atlantic Coast Conference, the college football coaching carousel, BCS bowls, and more.

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Sports
9:00 am
Sat November 17, 2012

Football Coach Search at UK; Cards & Cats Basketball News

Friday on Byline, we spoke with WDRB's Eric Crawford and Lexington Herald-Leader sports reporter Mark Story about the search for a replacement for coach Joker Phillips at University of Kentucky's football program.  They also discuss early season impressions of men's basketball teams from UK and UofL.

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