And soon, exclusives for the Home Shopping Network and the Cartoon Channel? The White House may be loath to stage formal prime-time, question-and-answer, pad-and-pencil press conferences with the journalists credentialed to cover the big issues. But cable?
Coming Tuesday evening to TNT, President Obama’s “exclusive interview” with play-by-play announcer Marv Albert, in which the president shares his “thoughts with Albert on his history and love of basketball, the future of LeBron James and the Phoenix Suns stand against the immigration law in Arizona.”
Sports and policy, just before TNTs coverage of game four of the Western Conference Finals between the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers at 9 p.m. But Mr. Albert is happy.
“It is clearly one of the highlights of my broadcasting career, and a great honor and privilege for me personally, to interview the president of the United States at the White House and talk NBA basketball with him,” the announcer said.
Read More: By Jennifer Harper, The Washington Times
The interview will air Tuesday night before the Lakers/Suns Game…
10% unemployment, nearly $13 trillion debt, 15.3 million Americans out of work, terrorism, Al Awlaki releasing another tape calling for attacks, an oil crisis in the Gulf that will affect millions and Obama wants to talk hoops, judging by the interview, it doesn’t sound like he’s missed a game…
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