Today, I can finally share an update about the long-awaited opportunity my three sons believe will increase my “cool factor” exponentially among young adults under 30.
In my weekly recap Nov. 15, I shared exciting news. I had been informed that a film crew from Los Angeles would be visiting my St. Louis-area home soon to interview me as part of a documentary project. At the time, I could not divulge many details, but I did tell my readers two things about the opportunity: The findings I share inside my second nonfiction book, The Clapper Memo, would be the focus of the interview; and my appearance in the documentary would increase my “cool factor” exponentially among those in the young adult/under-30 crowd, according to my three sons, who ranged in age from 17 to 24 at the time.
Almost six months later, I’ve been informed of a plot twist: the interview will still take place, but it will be in a slightly different medium. Instead of airing on one of the highest-traffic online news websites, it will air as a segment on a news magazine program broadcast on one of the largest U.S.-based premium cable and satellite television networks. I don’t know whether or not it will appear on both media, but will share more firmed-up details as soon as they become available. Hopefully, it won’t take another six months.
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