I’ve been fortunate enough to have been interviewed a multiple of times by the media since launching this blog, but it’s not often I get an hour of airtime (minus the commercials, of course).
This morning I was interviewed by Freedom’s Phoenix Earnest Hancock, who is based out of Phoenix, where I worked for four years as a police reporter for The Arizona Republic.
As usual, even with the hour-long segment, we were only able to scratch the surface of the ongoing issue of photographer rights.
So he invited me on his show next week to continue the story. That will air Monday at 9 a.m. EST.
Click on the above video to hear this morning’s segment, which even features our conversation during the commercial break.
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