Hey LABO Nation,
When I started LABO in December 2011, I never imagined that this little web-show would get the attention that it's been getting lately. From being featured in an article for the website "The Student Appeal" to even appearing as a sports law analyst for the web-based radio show SportsZone, I have been honored to have my work for Law and Batting Order recognized. And alas, the time has come when LABO will be featured on a new medium. This time, it'll be on TV!
On Tuesday, December 17, 2013, I will have the pleasure and honor of being featured on a NY public television show called "Today's Verdict with David Lesch." If you don't follow "Today's Verdict," it's a 30-minute show that discusses pressing legal topics to everyday people. It airs every first and third Tuesday of the month and is hosted by attorney David Lesch, as the title suggests. I will be interviewed to talk about my work with LABO while attending law school, and perhaps we'll dive into some sports law issues. But the subject of our conversation is unknown at this time.
And because I'm sharing this with you all, I would be equally honored if you had a chance to tune in to the interview! It will be a live to tape show, but the episode will begin at 6:30 PM on BronxNet (Channel 33 if you live in the Bronx). If you don't live in the Bronx, the episode will be streaming at 6:30 via BronxNet's live stream. This will also air on NY's other public television stations MNN and QPTV. However, the dates and times for those airings have yet to be determined.
I'm really excited to be featured in my very first TV interview! But this and much more would not be possible without the support of my viewers! Thank you all SO MUCH for your constant support of LABO, for commenting, for watching, and for sharing LABO with your friends, family, and members of the sports law community.
Thomas Edison simply said once, "There is no substitute for hard work." I have worked hard on LABO all these months and it has certainly paid off. I can't wait to keep working hard and delivering quality content for you all.
Thanks, and to those of you taking finals, GOOD LUCK!