Blue Wire Hires Jeremiah Crowe As Director Of Operations



Blue Wire is pleased to announce the addition of Jeremiah Crowe as Director of Operations. Crowe brings 20+ years of media experience to Blue Wire, spanning ESPN Radio, Audacy, Cumulus and his own company Green Roll Media.

In his new role at Blue Wire, Crowe will play an integral role in the company’s in-person studio partnerships with Wynn Resorts. Crowe will manage production, sales, promotions, events & marketing related to the Blue Wire Studios.

Crowe, who will be based in Las Vegas, is returning with Blue Wire CEO Kevin Jones. The two were former radio colleagues at KNBR in San Francisco in 2016 and 2017. Jones launched Blue Wire in August of 2018.

“Jeremiah is a problem solver, a connector and an experienced executive playing a big role growing Blue Wire,” said Jones. “Throughout his career, he’s worked well with talent and can be a major contributor on the business side for us. We’re thrilled to add Jeremiah to our team,” says Jones.

“I’m thrilled to join the innovative team at Blue Wire and push the limits of storytelling across all digital platforms. Their commitment to empowering young diverse talent & channeling truly unique perspectives is the future of media. I look forward to leading Blue Wire’s state-of-the-art Wynn studio and elevating a variety of content across their expansive portfolio of podcasts,” said Crowe when asked about his new position.

Additionally, Crowe will lead pre-production efforts of top Blue Wire podcasts, including Road Trippin with Richard Jefferson, Channing Frye and Allie Clifton and Stay Hot with Matt Sponsor, Theo Ashe and Blaiden Kirk.

Since opening in September of 2021, celebrities who have visited Blue Wire Studios include Michael Phelps, Matthew Stafford, Julian Edelman, Coach K, Gilbert Arenas and Mark Cuban. Raiders Pro Bowlers Maxx Crosby and Darren Waller regularly record podcasts from the studio setup.


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