Code: SL32803

Dates: March 9, 2022

Meets: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Creutzburg and Online (Hybrid)

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Online Course Fee: $35.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

Join MLSN for a special evening with Havertown's own, Mike Tollin, one of the founding producers of the acclaimed 30 For 30 series, executive producer of the ESPN/Netflix documentary series on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, The Last Dance (perhaps the most-watched documentary series enjoyed during the Covid shut down and of all time), and director of the Academy Award-nominated documentary, Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream. Known as the "Hollywood Guy" by his closest friends and as the "Philly Guy" in Los Angeles, Mike will be interviewed by Lou Tilley, veteran Philadelphia sportscaster, host and producer, and president of Lou Tilley Media. Mike will share his personal story and take you inside his prolific professional career in film, television, and documentary production, often rooted in the world of sports but including other genres largely appealing to kids and families. Presentation followed by Q&A. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Philadelphia Futures. Note: If you register for in person, you will not receive a Zoom link. 6:30-7:00 PM - Meet and Greet with Mike Tollin at the Creutzburg Center (space limited to 25 participants, price includes presentation), $75/$65 member; $90/$80 one adult and one student; $10 additional student rate (limited seats, students over 12 years of age are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult.) 7:00-8:00 PM - Presentation only (in person or online) $35/$27 member; $50/$42 one adult and one student; $10 additional student rate (if attending in person, students over 12 are welcome and must be accompanied by an adult).
Fee: $35.00

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Fee Breakdown

Course Fee (Basic)Online Course Fee$ 35.00
Course Fee (Alternate)Online Adult/Student Course Fee$ 50.00

Creutzburg and Online (Hybrid)

260 Gulph Creek Rd.
Radnor, PA 19087

Lou Tilley

Lou Tilley is a familiar face to TV viewers in Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Baltimore, Charlotte and across the nation. His 35+ year on-air career has garnered 11 Emmy awards for excellence in reporting, programming and production. A nightly face of sports news in Philadelphia from 1985 until 2011, Lou was seen on CBS-3 and then on The Comcast Networks. At its peak, Lou's own hour long show "Lou Tilley's Sports Connection" was available to over 21 million homes nationwide. In 2011, Lou leveraged that experience by starting his own media company partnering with businessman Marty Judge to form Lou Tilley Media, a content development, branding and marketing agency. From concept to delivery, Lou and his team craft engaging multi-platform content designed to serve each client’s vision and goals. It was a natural transition into the private sector after 10 years as the Executive Producer of Sports Programming, live events, and on-air talent at CN8 (The Comcast Network.) LT Media's impressive list of clients includes: The CAFL China, The Philadelphia Soul, The Arena Football League, Defend Your Head Sports, The Fencers Club of New York,The Cal Ripken Baseball Group, , Ron Jaworski Enterprises, The Judge Group, 1406 Financial Group, Oceans Zero LLC. and more. Recently, Lou consolidated his multi-faceted experiences in sports, business and broadcasting to launch a new field of "Sports Media Studies" within the Communications Department of Cabrini University, where he teaches and helps develop the related 32 hours of curriculum. Lou continues his career on-air as well as the play by play voice of the AFL, as well as regional college football, basketball, and gymnastic events produced by LTM and others.


Mike Tollin

An Evening with Mike Tollin, Executive Producer of The Last Dance Mike Tollin is co-chairman of MSM, which he co-founded with Peter Guber in 2012. He has produced and/or directed more than a dozen feature films, several award-winning documentaries, and hundreds of hours of television. His TV series include Smallville, One Tree Hill, Arli$$, I'm With Her, Inconceivable, All That, Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show, What I Like About You ,Sin City Saints, and Wedding Band. He has won three Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards. His movies include Radio, Coach Carter, Varsity Blues, The Zookeeper's Wife, Dreamer, Hardball, Summer Catch, Big Fat Liar, and Wild Hogs, along with the Tollin-directed documentary Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream, which was nominated for an Academy Award and won a Peabody Award. He was one of the founding producers of the acclaimed "30 For 30"series and most recently executive produced The Last Dance, a 10-part documentary series for Netflix and ESPN on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls dynasty. He also executiveproduced a five-part documentary series for Showtime on the history of The Comedy Store, and documentaries on Allen Iverson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Tollin is a founding Board member of Common Sense Media and Children Now, two groups that focus on kids and media, and the Hank Aaron Chasing the Dream Foundation, which awards scholarships to underprivileged youth. He is also the Founder of PACE, an organization that identifies and devotes resources to under-served children & families.



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