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First Interview with Bryan Stow to Air Next Week

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Updates on Bryan Stow have come in steadily since he was beaten at Dodger Stadium earlier this year, but so far we haven't heard from Stow himself.

Next Monday, NBC will change that by airing the first interview with Stow himself, in which he can be heard having a brief conversation with reporter Nancy Snyderman. Stow asks Snyderman, "How are you?"

She says she's doing well, and he says "that's good."

Stow has been making slow but steady progress in his recovery, recently writing his name on a piece of paper and going outside for the first time. He spent Thanksgiving with his family.

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The two men charged with Stow's attack, Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood, plead not guilty in August. They're being held at $500,000 bail as they await trial.