March 30, 2008

Anyone Recording 60 Minutes?

So we left for work without setting the VCR for tonight's Bill James interview on 60 Minutes. Sigh.

I'd like the entire show, but if I could get just the James segment in any video format -- or if someone lets me know if it's uploaded somewhere -- I'd appreciate it.

10 comments:

chief said...

I'm recording it on my Tivo, but I've never actually tried to offload a recording from there.

Doesn't CBS make video of segments available after their initial broadcast?

I'll check on that after the show tonight.

CaKeY said...

I'll get it for you redsock.

Jere said...

I'm sure it'll be on their site eventually. I know WCBS radio in New York always plays the audio live. Maybe you could pull that in, or another CBS radio station that does that, but I don't know if any do.

L-girl said...

Thanks Cakey!

Audio 60 Minutes? Like a radio show? Interesting. I never thought of that.

We could try the website for video, too.

Jere said...

Yeah, 880 AM's been carrying it live for years. Stinks when there's visuals, though, and you just hear silence...

L-girl said...

That explains why I don't know about it: talk radio.

I used to listen to baseball on the radio. Now not even that.

Jack said...

Looks like the first link in this post (to the Bill James part) has the video in it now...

CaKeY said...

http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/60minutes/main3415.shtml

You can watch the full segments there. I have the whole show on my computer ready to burn to dvd if you'd still rather have that though.

Let me know.

CaKeY said...

http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/i_video/main500251.shtml?id=3980797n

Direct link ^

chief said...

Bill James (link is a streaming MP3) discussing baseball, states and all the Bill James stuff today on WAMC, the public radio station in Albany NY (not to mention large parts of VT, MA and CT).

Interesting listen - I really wish the interviewer (Joe Donahue, who is usually pretty good in these sort of things) would have followed up on the Clemens question. James asserted that Clemens' stats don't suggest a pattern of cheating.

Anyway - I enjoyed it.