"Spiropoulos" is a mouthful. So, most people just called me "Spiro" through the years. And those years go back quite a bit. Yeah, that's me reporting from the White House for the local ABC station in Washington DC back in the 1980s. You'll find my bio and career highlights below.
This package of 38 videos featured my interviews with students and professors offering inside tips on how to succeed in college. Five major universities purchased a DVD copy for each freshman student. The videos show first year students how to study, how to take various types of tests, how to take notes in class, how to write college-level papers, etc. The project was shot on location at a dozen college campuses ranging from small private schools to large public universities. The videos are now free on-line at www.CollegeFreshmanSurivivalGuide.com.
This was a Federally-funded package of 36 training videos I wrote and produced for the National White Collar Crime Center. The videos trained state, local and Federal law enforcement on how to detect and solve computer and Internet crime. The program also showed how digital evidence helps solve cases involving violent crime. The project used real world criminal cases and was shot on location with more than a dozen law enforcement agencies around the country. What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.
I've written and produced more than 2 dozen videos about "Spygate," the illegal spying on candidate and then President Donald Trump, by the FBI and the Department of Justice. My reporting was correct and that of the New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC and others was false. They were flat out wrong. The fact is the Inspector General for the Department of Justice proved that Russiagate was a hoax and that candidate and President Trump was illegally spied upon. You'll find my Spygate reporting videos at: www.SpygateTruths.com.