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The Hook with Katie Kempner is one of the hottest shows in our outstanding lineup of business radio programming. Katie is VP and Director of Agency Communications at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, The Hook charts the territory where advertising and public relations meet. Each Tuesday, The Hook will host exclusive interviews with the industry's finest advertising and public relations gurus, creatives and journalists to discuss the latest news and strategy in the industry.
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I really wanted to like this podcast, it's just too tough to listen to. Aside from the loud and annoying Webmaster promotions, far too much time is spent on endless gushing between Katie and her guests (many of whom are "lifelong friends"). Less gushing and more solid information would make this show somewhat more tolerable. Best segments are the interviews of CPB principles.
Expected better from CP+B
This podcast is like listening in on someone make one of those just-calling-to-schmooze phone calls to someone important in their line of work. Like the reviewer before me, I really wanted to like this podcast, but just couldn't tolerate it. The poor audio quality gave me a headache.
I like it!
I think Katy is a great interviewer, and her topics are right on. Most of her guests are not the usual crew, so it brings a new perspective. I'm not a big fan of the fact that itunes/webmaster.fm or whomever is not including the full interviews. Mine cut off after about 15 minutes.