Levon Helm’s post-The Band life gets respect in new book! VIDEO INTERVIEW

    Watch the exclusive Mr. Media interview with Jamie Malanowski by clicking on the video player above!  Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of woodland nymphs with a great sense of rhythm… in the NEW new media capital of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! I can't imagine what it must have... Continue Reading →

Just another True Believer, Spying on Kurt Andersen! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Kurt Andersen, public radio host, "Studio 360," co-founder, Spy magazine, novelist, True Believer   Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of short-fingered vulgarians, Martha Stewart wannabes, Walter Monheit, the publisher of Vanity Fair, two guys who insist they were not Separated at Birth™, and people who can no longer squint... Continue Reading →

And the War Came? Spy’s Jamie Malanowski connects the dots! VIDEO INTERVIEW

  Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience that includes folks who still haven’t left my living room since the Tony Hendra interview… in the new new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! Part 1   Writer Jamie Malanowski knows Abraham Lincoln! (Interview; 1 of 2) When I heard that Jamie... Continue Reading →

Chuck’s Yvonne Strahovski lowers standards for 10 minutes! INTERVIEW

Mr. Media is recorded live before about a hundred jealous, drooling hosts of competing radio shows… in the NEW new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! When it comes to NBC’s Monday night spy rom-com “Chuck,” regular listeners know I’m not afraid to let my geek flag fly. Mr. Media has been delighted... Continue Reading →

Superspy Jordan Sandor inspired by real-life, novelist says! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Mr. Media had no reason to expect this quiet spring morning to erupt with the familiar sounds of his violent past… Oh, sorry. I was just seeing myself in the words of lawyer turned novelist Jeffrey Stephens. I inadvertently injected myself into the opening sentence of Stephens’ first published book, Targets of Deception, a spy... Continue Reading →

71 Shop talk with Spy Magazine’s final editor, Bruno Maddox! INTERVIEW

Originally published April 14, 1997 In its youth, Spy magazine was the kind of publication that smacked you on the nose if you looked at it the wrong way. And those were the good months: it was so full of smarmy, holier-than-thou attitude and precious New York wit that you wanted each issue to go on forever.... Continue Reading →

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