‘Don’t Sell Your Coat’ on the Airwaves

From my interview on Fox & Friends, Tuesday, March 27, 2012.

I’ve done two interviews this week to support Don’t Sell Your Coat.

The first was an hourlong radio interview. There were a few “interesting” calls from listeners, including one who asked about chem-trails. That said, I’m always grateful anyone’s listening, let alone motivated enough to call in. Thanks to John DePetro who hosted me and did a nice job, and thanks to those who listened and called with questions.

The second was a TV interview on Fox & Friends. My half of it was remotely produced in in an under-heated carriage house on a cold morning here in Rhode Island. I’d been nervous about looking in a camera and pretending to see my interviewer, and you can tell! Gretchen Carlson, on the other hand, did a good job, and it was she who helped me get the slot. Thank you, Gretchen.

I’m appearing on Varney & Co. and Red Eye, both on Fox News, this Monday, April 2. The Varney & Co. segment is to air at 10:30 a.m. EDT, and the Red Eye one at midnight on the U.S. West Coast, 3 a.m. (Monday into Tuesday) in the rest of the country.

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About Harold Ambler

Harold Ambler has been writing about weather and climate for more than 20 years. He started his journalism career at The New Yorker and his work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The AtlanticWire, and wattsupwiththat.com, among other places. He lives in Rhode Island.
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3 Responses to ‘Don’t Sell Your Coat’ on the Airwaves

  1. orson2 says:

    CONGRATULATIONS on the electronic media coverage! Your new book merits this – and more!

  2. Saw you on Varney this morning and looking forward to reading your book. I am glad you are getting some media coverage.

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