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I’m Darren Samuelsohn, and you’re reading a bonus edition of love, journalism.
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I’m writing midway through my third week as a Substacker to express my sincere gratitude to the 440-plus people who’ve signed up so far to read love, journalism and listen to The love, journalism Show.
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I’ve got a busy couple of days ahead in the love, journalism newsroom as I put the finishing production touches on several upcoming podcast segments. Tune in tomorrow AM, for example, for an interview with Joyce Vance, a former federal prosecutor who is keeping the world informed via her Substack on all things having to do with the criminal and civil investigations into former President Donald Trump. On Sunday, we’ll share the heart-warming backstory behind the chicken coop. Subscribers please watch for bonus tracks.
Media interviews, citations and commentary
Earlier on Friday, Sirius XM’s POTUS channel host Steve Scully interviewed me about my work, which also detoured into a discussion about America’s aging leadership.
Here are some other recent media highlights.
“You just do what you do, be happy about it, and hopefully some of that happiness that you have will rub off on others. And hopefully, when you say, ‘love, journalism,’ we want people to be in this field who love what they do for the right reasons. That's the key. Doing it for the right reasons not to get face time and get a number of likes, but to be able to do what they do that they're making a difference in the lives of people that they come in contact with each and every day. That's where the bottom line is.” - Khambrel Marshall, local TV journalist, KPRC
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