Robert on NPR this morning
I was a guest on National Public Radio's Bryant Park Project show this morning, in case anyone heard it. And, if not, the audio from the interview will be up on the show's website
Doing interviews with live east-coast news shows is one of the few downsides to living on the west coast. I got up at 5:30 this morning to do the show, which airs in morning drive time out east.
At least it was radio, so I could stay in my jammies and do the show on the phone from my living room. I did CNN's "American Morning" a couple years back and had to get dressed and go to the network's studios in Hollywood at 5 am for that one. (Appearing awake while on TV at that hour should have earned me some sort of acting award.)
Congrats Robert, any audio link to share with us?
I just listened to it and I was surprised you forgot to mention Cedar as another great park outside of Orlando….. Dohhh!!
Awesome! Good to know that NPR recognizes this website (and Robert of course!) as a legitimate source of info.
We were trying to steer the segment toward the theme-heavy parks, and not toward the coaster parks, so that's why I went with the Legoland/Dollywood/BGE trio.
congrats on appearing on NPR!!!! i can't wait to listen to you talking about theme parks!!!
That was a pretty cool interview....and it somehow seemed to legitimize our collective theme park "geekiness"!
Great interview, so effortless! Would've never thought it was 5:30. I'm loving the trend towards "theme parks," good nods to Dolly and BGE.
The Six Flags question didn't come up in the pre-interview, either. It was cold, which is, uh, typically not something you find with factual questions in a live feature interview. With a non-politician, at least.
The interview never loaded for me, no matter how many times I refreshed it or how long I waited.
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