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Customer Reviews

Not What I Was Thinking

First off, I want to say that I love Brian Thompson and Rebecca Watson from their various podcasts, and when I heard they were working with Adam Isaak, producer of Point of Inquiry, I figured, that can can be nothing but gold. Well, I was in for a surprise.

I thought the show would be Rebecca and Brian helping amateur podcasters by hosting them on a podcast. Instead, it's clear they have just leant their names in a hope to make a quick buck. The first show was a poorly prepared show about Kevin Sorbo, hosted by people who clearly are not ready for the big time.

Episode 1 was "Sorbocast." I'm a huge Kevin Sorbo fan, and was stoked to hear a podcast about the star of one of my favorite TV shows, "Hecules: The Legendary Journeys." Immediately, when the female host, LInda, called the show "The Legend Continues," I knew I was in for a disappointment. They started with some "Fun Facts" that any Sorbo fan would know, and aren't worthy of being put in a big-time podcast. Then came a high rated review of a mediocre late-season episode, making me wonder if these hosts were even fans of the show. Then, a promised interview with Sorbo disappointingly fell through. I thought a prodcuer like Adam Isaak would prevent such an unprofessional travesty from happening, but apparently I was wrong. Finally, they did get an interview with someone who had worked with Sorbo. It was an OK interview, but they let the guy get too off topic, talking about his own business rather than getting the inside scoop on Kevin Sorbo. How about some real probing questions, eh guys?

In the end, though I was disappointed in the overall content of the episode, this was Episode 1. Maybe Watson and Thompson will figure out that they need to be more involved in working with these new podcasters, to help them make better shows. I have big hopes for the future of this show. Good luck, new podcasters!

A great resource for podcasters

I love IPN and how it has made it possible for little mom and pop podcasts to reach literally millions of ears. That's fantastic. I don't know what it costs you guys to play these out live to a cornfield, but it is TOTALLY worth it.

I found this podcast quite enjoyable

Enjoyed the podcast, but was stricken with severe banana mouth after listening. I'm afraid this correlation may indeed be causation.

Sincerely -
Dick Abs

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