Doug Glanville premieres newest episode of ‘Class is in Session’
On this month’s episode of Emmy Award-winning Class is in Session presented by UI Health, Doug Glanville explores the influence of athletes’ voices in fostering societal change, examining the long-standing relationship between sport and policing with former MLB All-Star Adam Jones and retired Teaneck, NJ Police Chief Glenn O’Reilly.
Class is in Session premieres Monday, February 27, at 5 PM CT (immediately following Cubs Spring Training baseball).
Class is in Session with Doug Glanville has earned back-to-back Chicago/Midwest Regional Emmy Awards for outstanding achievement for a sports interview/discussion. Past episodes of the show are available on demand using the Marquee Sports Network app and website.
Tune in to the latest edition of Class is in Session presented by UI Health, premiering Monday, February 27, at 5 PM CT.
ABOUT CLASS IS IN SESSION: Hosted, written and co-produced by former Cubs outfielder Doug Glanville, Class is in Session explores the intersection between sports and society, looking at the human side of sport, with a discussion led by Doug Glanville and featuring distinguished panels of expert guests. Class is in Session has earned the Chicago/Midwest Regional Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Achievement for a Sports Interview/Discussion in each of the last two years (2021, 2022). Previous episode topics include barriers for minority coaches in sports, the collegiate amateurism model, the relationship between patriotism and sports, the importance of mental health awareness and more.