Jeremy Harper

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Jeremy Harper (born June 18, 1976) is a UAB computer science graduate and a fund-raiser for PUSH America, which helps children with disabilities.

In 1997 Harper rode in PUSH's "Journey of Hope", a 3,500 bicycle tour from San Francisco to Washington D.C. From June 18September 14, 2007 Harper counted from 1 to 1,000,000 on a live webcast from his apartment. His friends Eric Brown and Rob Hayes helped set up a website and secured sponsorships. The final installment was simulcast at the Barking Kudu.

In 2010, Harper, Geno Pearson, and Jeff Clanton started Birmingham Mountain Radio, an internet-based radio station which features live, local disc jockeys.

References

  • Whitmire, Kyle. (September 13, 2007) "The one million mark: Jeremy Harper finishes online count." Birmingham Weekly
  • George, Sam (November 18, 2010) "Kings of the Mountain: Internet Radio Station Picks Up Where Live 100.5 Left Off." Birmingham Weekly
  • Cuthbert, Matt (December 13, 2010) "Internet music station Mountain Radio launches in Birmingham." Birmingham News
  • Carlton, Bob (December 14, 2010) "Birmingham music lovers have a new alt-rock radio station as the Mountain launches on the internet." Birmingham News