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Terry Frei has made many radio, television and documentary film appearances. In Denver, he is a frequent guest and co-host on FM104.3 The Fan. Here, he is with his frequent broadcasting partner, long-time host Sandy Clough.


At Fayetteville's Razorback Stadium in Stephen Mitchell's ESPN 30 for 30, Nixon's National Champs.



Interviewing Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler on The Fan at team headquarters during the 2012 draft. At right is The Fan's Brandon Kristzal.


At one of many presentation and signing appearances at The Tattered Cover in Denver. This one was for '77: Denver, the Broncos, and A Coming of Age.  



Frei is a frequent guest speaker, including at veterans-oriented functions. Here, he is preparing to deliver the John Paul Hammerschmidt Lecture in Harrison, Arkansas, and is with former Arkansas wide receiver Chuck Dicus and Hammerscmidt, the long-time Congressman and decorated World War II pilot.


An enjoyable presentation and signing at the historic Lincoln Theater in Limon, Colorado -- near Simla, the hometown of Olympic Affair hero and 1936 Olympic decathlon gold medalist Glenn Morris.



Arkansas Literary Festival, Little Rock.


Signing Third Down and a War to Go in Beloit, Wisconsin.



Westminster, Colorado. 


Speaking about Third Down and A War to Go at Outagamie County Historical Society, Appleton, Wisconsin, in the heart of Packers country.  



Barnes and Noble, Madison. 


Speaking about Third Down and a War to Go at Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison.



An enjoyable appearance and signing at Lancaster, Wisconsin, hometown of 1942 Wisconsin Badgers co-captains and World War II heroes Dave Schreiner and Mark Hoskins.


Austin, Texas



Signing March 1939: Before the Madness at Barnes and Noble, Glendale, Colorado.


With Third Down and a War to Go heroes Don Litchfield, Dave Donnellan and John Gallagher at Borders in their hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.



Series of appearances on behalf of the Wisconsin Historical Society at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, at the Milwaukee Athletic Club and on the University of Wisconsin campus. 


With former Packers president Bob Harlan at Third Down and a War to Go presentation and signing at Lambeau Field. 



Discussing Olympic Affair with moderator Bruce Goldberg on the Denver Press Club television show.


Signing '77: Denver, the Broncos, and a Coming of Age with Haven Moses and Red Miller.



At Third Down and a War to Go kickoff reception in Madison with 1942 Badgers Fred Negus, Otto Breitenbach and Bob Rennebohm.