The Colbert Report: It was a surreal treat to be on this show with my Vanessa O’Connell to talk about Wheelmen. Vanessa set Stephen Colbert up for the hilarious punchline “I can’t believe it’s not …”

Fresh Air: Talking about Wheelmen on a show that I’ve been listening to since my childhood was incredible.

The News Hour: Judy Woodruff interviewed me on PBS News Hour about my reporting on Facebook’s user experiments.

CNN: This was a fun interview with Soledad O’brien talking about one of the many twists and turns in the U.S. Postal Service saga.

The Tyra Banks Show: I once thought I was the only Wall Street Journal reporter to appear on this show, but it turns out the amazing Teri Agins beat me to it. Anyway, it happened because Tyra’s dad read an article I wrote in the WSJ.

The Olympics: How Hard Can it Be? Martin Brodeur, hockey’s all-time winningest goaltender, gave me private lessons at the Devil’s stadium right before winning a gold medal.

NPR’s All Tech Considered: ┬áThis was an interview about Facebook and its privacy policies.

NPR’s All Things Considered: A fun segment on a story I wrote about the long history of typos on the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup

MSNBC: Before Facebook was getting heat for, well, everything, it was in hot water over an experiment that it conducted on its users. I broke some big stories on the topic.

ESPN interviewed me about finding the hidden video footage of the first woman to slam dunk: Georgeann Wells.

Anderson Cooper 360: This was another interview about Wheelmen with some signature Anderson Cooper flair.

The Armstrong Lie: I appeared in Alex Gibney’s award-winning documentary that incorporated reporting from stories I wrote in The Wall Street Journal.

Squawk Box: Andrew Ross Sorkin interviewed us about Wheelmen.

This is so random, but one day I interviewed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the NBA’s all-time highest scoring player, and it was awesome.