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  • Aug 03
  • 2006
  • TransWorldNews interviews Chuck Harmon of Harmon Sports Entertainment Network (HSEN)

    In this audio interview conducted by TransWorldNews, Chuck Harmon of Harmon Sports and Entertainment discusses relevant happenings in the NBA with focus on Duane Wade, Kobe Bryant and other high profile stars. Harmon also elaborates on the recent trade deadline in Major League Baseball highlighting moves by the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers and other teams making a push for the playoffs. The interview turns to the NFL and brings to focus the upcoming season.

  • Jul 26
  • 2006
  • Mike Curci of SportsNetAmerica discusses his sites role in broadcasting sporting events from high school to the professional level

    The seventeen-minute interview with Mike Curci centers around his web site SportsNetAmerica.com and the many features it offers. Among those features, web casting for sporting events from the high school level through the professional ranks. Curci takes time to talk about trade rumours in the MLB, the upcoming NFL season, and the chaos that is the New York Knicks.

  • Jul 13
  • 2006
  • TransWorldNews interviews Chuck Harmon of Harmon Sports Entertainment Network (HSEN)

    Chuck Harmon discusses his involement in HSEN and various programs hosted on his site. Harmon's involvement in High School athletics and his "Life of a Minor Leaguer" has brought him a devoted following.

  • Jul 11
  • 2006
  • Interview with former N.Y. Giant Perry Williams

    Perry Williams discusses his involvment with Advanced Business Solutions and his role in childhood initiatives. Williams recalls his early days playing sports in North Carolina through college at N.C. State where he participated in track as well as football and onto the NFL where he played eleven seasons with the N.Y. Giants and won two Super Bowl rings. Williams is now heavily involved in programs aimed that promote the betterment of children. His motto- go mad, go make a difference.

  • May 25
  • 2006
  • Stephen Bainbridge, professor of law at UCLA discusses Enron verdict

    Stephen Bainbridge discusses the guilt verdict handed down today involving Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, the two top executives of Enron accussed of fraud and conspiracy charges. Bainbridge went on to discuss Andrew Fastow's role in the case and similarities with the Bernie Ebbers trial in which the CEO of WorldCom was found guilty and sentenced yet has not served a day while his case is being appealed.

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