As Leland grew up, it seemed as if his father was never home. If he wasn’t at the exotic locations depicted in the various publications, then where was he?
"Excellent and well-written look at a career in television production" "A Fascinating Read"
"Broadcasting & Sport TV truly through the eyes of a professional!" "Highly recommended" "Loved this book!"
Keith Hirshland is the son of local broadcast television pioneers and a four-decades veteran of the television industry. Shortly after the passing of both his parents, Hirshland was urged to commemorate their lives and tell a few stories about his own TV trials and tribulations, successes and failures, during his long and interesting career. The result was Cover Me Boys, I’m Going In (Tales of the Tube from a Broadcast Brat), a memoir replete with musings about the early days of ESPN2 and the launch of The Golf Channel, where Hirshland worked for 18 years. Hirshland realized he had been telling stories his entire life and, having enjoyed writing the first book so much, decided to try his hand at fiction. Big Flies, a mystery that uses four real-life, still unsolved, robberies as connective tissue to tell the story of a father and a son. He is currently living in New Jersey with his wife and Bernese Mountain Dog writing book number three.
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