TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Few journalists have traveled the world like the great Kerry Sanders.

50 states. 65 countries. More than 100 named storms covered in the process.

So what’s the most remote place he’s ever been?

“Oh that’s a very easy one,” Sanders says. “North pole. Because there have been more people at a weekend [Buccaneers] game [then there have been at the North Pole] ever.”

“And I can tell you that I did something that only Superman has done. I circled the globe in 15 seconds.”

On Thursday, Sanders sat down for an interview with WFLA Now’s JB Biunno to look back at his Superman-esqe career in broadcasting, which included 32 years as a network correspondent for NBC News.

From jumping out of airplanes to witnessing coral blooms in the waters of the Florida keys, not many reporters have as many stories to tell as Sanders. His interviews ranged from political titans to the everyday blue-collar worker, but the results were always the same: TV gold.

During the WFLA Now interview, Sanders was asked what makes a “great story.”

“Every story is great,” Sanders replied. “You begin with, hopefully, your own curiosity.”

Watch the video above for the full interview which includes Sanders’ most memorable stories, his secret technique for conducting compelling interviews, and how he’s witnessed the news industry evolve over four decades of reporting.