The show, which debuted Monday evening, is the only radio program in the world solely dedicated to University of Louisville athletics. Inside TheVille Radio can be heard each Monday on AM 790 in Louisville and the surrounding area from 6 – 7 P.M.
For the first show, Oak Hill Academy Head Coach Steve Smith phoned in for some 10-15 minutes to talk about his star forward's, Brian Johnson, recruitment and recent official visit to the University of Louisville.
During the second half of the hour, University of Louisville assistant Scott Davenport appeared as a guest and discussed Louisville's preparation for the coming basketball season.
And the response and buzz from listeners has been overwhelming positive.
"What a great and informative show on Fox Sports 790 by Hughes and McCammon," one listener said. "They sounded like veterans on the air already. Congratulations to the two Mikes on an awesome show!"
Several others that tuned in also agreed with those sentiments.
"I agree, great show," said Inside TheVille premium subscriber CardReign. "I will be sure to listen next Monday too!"
"I had my ear to the radio as well," said another listener. "Great show, no static, guests allowed to talk, and no UK talk."
Apparently, listeners appreciate the format, production and image the show projects of the University of Louisville, too.
"I got a chance to listen to your radio show today on 790 and was very impressed," said another ITV premium subscriber. "A sharp production and some nice material. The show and the website reflect the image I've always wanted to see for UL. Rabid for U of L but without the punk element. I don't post often these days but I visit both Card sites frequently and I appreciate the class shown here. You folks are doing it the right way."
Next Monday, following the trip to Tampa for the South Florida game, University of Louisville Director of Football Operations Tony Levine will be Inside TheVille's on air guest.
Be sure to tune in next Monday between 6 –7 PM on AM 790 for Inside TheVille Radio with Mike Hughes and Michael McCammon.