More Raising your Game spot placements 01/18 – 02/27

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Here are a few more listing times for our first few vignettes airing on WBPT2 Channel 2:       WPBT2: Sunday, 1/18 – 5:00am programming break before “Thomas and Friends” Monday, 1/19 – 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Tuesday, 1/20 – 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Wednesday, 1/21 – 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Thursday, 1/22 – 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Friday, 1/23 – 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Monday, 1/26 - 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Tuesday, 1/27 - 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Wednesday, 1/28 - 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Thursday, 1/29 - 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Friday, 1/30 - 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Monday, 2/2 – 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Tuesday, 2/3 – 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Wednesday, 2/4 – 2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Thursday, 2/5 – 6:00am programming break before “Caillou” […]

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More Raising your Game spot placements 1/9 – 1/18

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Here are a few more listing times for our first few vignettes airing on WBPT2 Channel 2:       WPBT2: Flexibility spot: Friday, 1/9 2:00pm programming break before “Ciao Italia” Specialization spot: Saturday, 1/10 1:00pm programming break before “Essential Pepin” Flexibility spot: Sunday, 1/11 7:00pm programming break before “Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking” Specialization spot: Monday, 1/12 9:00pm programming break before “Cooking With Nick Stellino” Flexibility spot: Tuesday, 1/13 8:30pm programming break before “America’s Test Kitchen” Specialization spot: Wednesday, 1/14 6:30pm programming break before “Martha Bakes” Flexibility spot: Thursday, 1/15 7:30pm programming break before “Baking With Julia” Specialization spot: Friday, 1/16 7:00pm programming break before “Simply Ming” Flexibility spot: Saturday, 1/17 2:00pm programming break before “Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen”

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Raising your Game spot placements 1/9 – 1/18

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I’m very excited to announce that Andrea and Ethan will be doing exclusive vignettes that will air on WBPT2, Channel 2. The vignettes are 90 seconds long and will likely air 2 minutes before the top of the hour, when these shows begin. Here are the listing times for our first few vignettes airing on WBPT2 Channel 2:       WPBT2: Obesity spot: Thursday, 1/8   6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Concussion spot: Friday, 1/9  2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street“ Flexibility spot: Saturday, 1/10  6:00am programming break before “Barney & Friends” Specialization spot: Sunday, 1/11  5:00am programming break before “Thomas & Friends” Obesity spot:  Monday, 1/12  2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Concussion spot:  Tuesday, 1/13   6:00am programming break before “Caillou” Flexibility spot: Wednesday, 1/14  2:00pm programming break before “Sesame Street” Specialization spot:  Thursday, 1/15  6:00am programming break before “Caillou“ Obesity spot:  Saturday, 1/17  6:00am programming break before “Barney & Friends” Concussion spot: Sunday, 1/18 […]

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Coming Soon Vignettes for Raising Your Game on WPBT Channel 2

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This photo was taken at WBPT2 studio in Miami. Here Ethan and I filmed our  1st four vignettes for Public Television, Channel 2.  We will be shooting 12 all together, based on our book, Raising Your Game – Over 100 Accomplished Athletes Help You Guide Your Girls and Boys Through Sports.  Check back – as we will update this spot to let our audience know when they will begin airing on TV.

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Trust: It’s everything – Udonis Haslem

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Trust: It’s everything As Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem learned at an early age, trust reverberates at the heart of youth sports. Udonis Haslem came up short. Or so he thought. “I was playing with some older guys,” Has-lem recalled. ‘And I took a shot. And it was an air ball.” The ball could have crashed to the con­crete, taking Udonis’s confidence down with it. “That would have embarrassed me,” the Miami Heat forward conceded. But on that day, as on so many others, the 11-year-old was not alone. He was playing on the same side as someone he trusted, someone who was more than 16 years older, but who had consistently set an example that someone still growing could clearly understand and appreciate. He was playing with his step­brother Sam Wooten. “He was a selfless person,” Haslem said. “He did for other people. He sacrificed his own goals and […]

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