Broadside: Inside 38 Studios' collapse

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July 25, 2012, 7:30 pm
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(NECN) - Curt Schilling is the retired Boston Red Sox pitcher who had a dream.

That dream crashed after his business start-up got a $75 million loan from Rhode Island, and the blame game continues.

Schilling opened up to Boston Magazine's Jason Schwartz in an exclusive interview that will be published next week.

Schwartz joined Broadside to talk about the collapse of Schilling's 38 Studios, and what he thinks will happen next in the saga.

Watch the attached video for more.

Interview video courtesy of WEEI/NESN.

Tags: Curt Schilling, Broadside, 38 Studios, Jason Schwartz
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