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KCRW's The Business

By Kim Masters, KCRW

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The Business is the show about the business of show business. It goes beyond the glitz and glamour to the who, what, why and how of making movies and TV. The Business is hosted by respected entertainment industry journalist Kim Masters of the Hollywood Reporter and produced by KCRW. Each week The Business features an analysis of top Hollywood news, in-depth interviews and the occasional feature story. (Masters can also be heard Thursdays at 4:44 on Hollywood Breakdown.)

Customer Reviews


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Excellent content / Poor distribution

The show itself is excellent. It is always entertaining and informative; however, the distribution channel is consistently poor. On many occastions, 3 or 4 copies of the same show are dropped in this feed creating a waste of bandwidth and extra maintenance that should not be required of an automated system.

lime, lame and lost with new hose kim masters

Orginial host Claude Brodesser-Akner is gone and new host Kim Masters is not very good. It has been a few months and the show has gone down hill. For example, when interviewing Adam Fogelson President of Marketing and Distribution, Universal Pictures, Master pretty much asked the same question 6 different ways. Oh so boring. This was a good podcast/show that is now limp, lame and lost.