Cameras used to film Apollo 11 moon mission, circa July 1969
NYRR needs to be applauded for putting its money where it's mouth is, and the newest case in point is On the Run. Moderated by Karla Bruning, this digital TV show has hi def feel and professional look. The first episode show a nice piece on the mile, and interview with SI writer on the mile, and a feature piece about Gabe Anderson. And that was in the first ten minutes.
If we want our sport to succeed, TV shows such as On the Run are key. A nice theme goes through the show, and high level production, thoughtful announcing and interesting content are key! At runblogrun.com, we highly recommend that you watch On the Run!
We know the suspense has been "running" you wild since last Wednesday's premiere episode of "On the Run!"
Viewers can tune in tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. EDT to get the inside scoop on American Olympic marathoner Meb Keflezighi, and visit his training grounds in Mammoth Lakes, CA. They'll also meet local hero Travis Moret, a 12-year-old from the Bronx who's running fast to overcome the roadblocks in his life and make his dreams come true. Sports journalist Joe Battaglia will discuss the future of the World Marathon Majors, and viewers will meet Team Athena, an all-women's running group in Portland, OR. The show will conclude with weekly training tips from two Olympians from the Oregon Track Club.
Catch all episodes Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. here.