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SBD Global/March 8, 2013/Marketing and Sponsorship
Rodman's Visit With North Korean Leader Piques Interest Of Sponsors, Agent Says
Published March 8, 2013
SOME TV TIME: Rodman is planning to do one major national TV interview in the U.S. about his meeting with Kim next week to tell his side of the story about why and how he became the first American to meet with with the North Korean leader, Prince added. Rodman had not selected which TV show he would do as of early Thursday. Rodman went to North Korea to film a documentary about basketball and a kids basketball camp in North Korea that is scheduled to air on HBO in April. Prince said Rodman is “not political” and was surprised when Kim wanted to meet with him. Prince: “He called me and said, ‘You are not going to believe this. I had Kim talk to me.’ This had nothing to do with Dennis restarting his brand or anything like that.”