Ken, your hair looked great, but the interviewer constantly seemed like he wanted to move on to another story...it made me twitchy just watching it.
I recorded the entire WGN America Mid Day newscast from Friday, and never saw you.thanks for posting the video clip of it.
Somebody was rockin' a maaaad jew-fro back in the day ;-)
The radio part is sooo true. What I love about all of this is - you really do tell the story of the 1960's. And, radio was in many ways - the most influential of all media. For us. Rarely, does that get told.Look at the ratings for KFWB, KRLA, WLS, KHJ, WMCA, WABC and so-on. (They're on the Mr. Pop site just in case). Interviews - love your casual, self-deprecating style. So disarming. Very cool!
Steve Sanders did seem a little uncomfortable. Hope he did his homework before the interview.Seriously though, would love to see you interviewed on a long format show. Charlie Rose's people, are you paying attention.
Good interview.I doubt you had anything to do with the political ad that immediately preceded it, but I, for one, plan on voting for him again.
Kirk, that must have been local--when I clicked on it was immediately preceded by an ad for a Samsung laptop.
Good enterview. For me, it was proceeded by a Romney Add.
Is it just me and my computer, or did something happen to the video? All I got was an ad from SoCal Edison telling people to use caution in case of downed power lines, which those poor heroes in Valley Village obviously didn't see, and then nothing came up after that.
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