I'm an NBC news kinda guy. I like WSMV for my local news and I spend prime time with Olberman and Maddow every night--yes, I'm a pretentious libtard, dead set on destroying the American Way of Life, but I totally cried during every single Dan Miller memorial slideshow.
I had no idea that ABC News has its own indie rock anchor guy--hell, if it's on ABC and it doesn't have a smoke monster, I can say with certitude that I haven't seen it. ABC's web video's aren't embeddable and their website can be really skittish, so I just don't watch their programs. Well, wait a second...no, I definitely watch America's Funniest Home Videos all the fucking time. I love that show.
Anyway, ABC's Dan Harris has a segment called Amplified where he interviews indie rock folks like Superdrag, Bob Mould and Mac from Superchunk and some younger whipper-snappers like Dan Deacon, Bon Iver and Lykke Li. It is a surprisingly good series--Harris asks some really great questions and gets some really candid answers. He's got dork-cred in spades--he uses footage of Husker Du on the Joan Rivers show, fer realz--and his enthusiasm for the topic matter almost breaks through the Manchurian Candidate-style training all news anchors must undergo to avoid betraying human emotions. It's quality stuff.
I would post the video with Superdrag, which was really good and included the line "If you stacked up all the weed I smoked, it would probably fill a 5x8 trailer," but ABC are party poopers so you'll have to check it out on the Amplified page.