Archive for March, 2010

Linda McMahon Audio from Connecticut Public Radio’s ‘Where We Live’

Published March 30th, 2010, Uncategorized

The podcast of Linda McMahon’s appearance this morning on WNPR (Connecticut Public Radio), Where We Live with host John Dankosky is at At around the 12-minute mark, Dankosky plays a clip of his interview with me last week, and McMahon responds. Where We Live plans to air Dankosky’s entire 18-minute interview with me on […]

Umaga Autopsy Turns Focus to Linda McMahon’s WWE Cardio Program and Docs

Published March 30th, 2010, Uncategorized

The death last December of Eddie “Umaga” Fatu opened a new frontier in the scrutiny of World Wrestling Entertainment’s Wellness Policy under its former chief executive, and now U.S. Senate candidate, Linda McMahon. Fatu died at 36 of a familiar toxic cocktail of prescription painkillers and mood drugs. But, not surprisingly, the autopsy also showed […]

Irvin Muchnick’s Connecticut Tour Media Roundup

Published March 29th, 2010, Uncategorized

This list will be updated as more links become available. TV Tuesday, March 23 WTNH / Channel 8, New Haven, “WWE and McMahon ‘slammed’ in book,” chief political correspondent Mark Davis, Fox Connecticut / Channel 61, Hartford, “Wrestling Critic Speaks Out About WWE Empire, Vince and Linda McMahon,”,0,6730751.story ***** Thursday, March 25 WFSB, […]

Stamford Advocate’s Coverage of Borders Book Signing

Published March 25th, 2010, Uncategorized

Priceless stuff from Brian Lockhart: “Author promotes wrestler murder-suicide book in Stamford” *** And the companion piece on Lockhart’s Political Capitol blog: “Who’s going to phone Dan McCabe first today? McMahon or Simmons?”

Muchnick Media Leading Up to Tonight’s Event at Borders in Stamford

Published March 25th, 2010, Uncategorized

* live interview with Lee Elci, News/Talk 104.7 FM, New London (audio up soon on the podcast page) * taped interview with Susan Raff, political reporter for WFSB (Channel 3), Hartford — story on this evening’s News at 5. * taped interview with John Dankosky, news director of Connecticut Public Radio  — a snippet on […]