Thanks, Kojo Show!

Posted in Non-justiciable by Mike Sacks on April 8, 2010

I just got home from the Kojo Nnamdi Show.  If you didn’t catch it live, click here and flip to 32:30 for the start of the nearly half-hour segment.

Kojo was incredibly gracious and helpfully nudged me back on track when my responses turned digressive.  Huge thanks to producer Michael Martinez for setting all of this up.

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REMINDER: Kojo Show Tomorrow!

Posted in Non-justiciable by Mike Sacks on April 7, 2010

If you’re in the DC area tomorrow, tune into 88.5 WAMU at 12:30pm for The Kojo Nnamdi Show.  I will be appearing on a segment called “Taking Journalism Into Your Own Hands“:

The Internet is loaded with news blogs and other media that allow everyday citizens to pontificate on the news cycle. But it’s much harder to find sites driven by people who want to report the news independently. We meet a pair of local independent journalists who have taken reporting into their own hands — delivering daily coverage of the Supreme Court and Major League Baseball.

Audio archives, transcripts and CDs will be available approximately 15 minutes after the program ends.

Looks like I’ll be sandwiched between Jeffrey Rosen & David Rivkin’s debating the PPACA’s constitutionality, and before Roxana Saberi’s discussing her imprisonment in Iran.  That’s some good company.

If you’re not in the DC area or near a radio, you can listen live here.  As soon as I get a chance tomorrow, I’ll post the recorded audio link.

Kojo Show’s a Go!

Posted in Anticipation, Non-justiciable by Mike Sacks on April 1, 2010

At noon next Thursday, April 8, I will be on The Kojo Nnamdi Show to talk about F1@1F.  Kojo’s a legend here in DC, so I am very honored that he’s taken an interest in my project.

I’ll post a reminder next week.  And if you can’t catch it live on WAMU 88.5 or don’t live in the DC area, I’ll be sure to put up a link after the broadcast.

UPDATE: I’ll be getting pushed back a half-hour to 12:30, so adjust your schedules accordingly.

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