Wednesday, August 27, 2008

PITA Radio Off to a Good Start

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I wanted to update you on how the PITA radio tour is going today. Selena and I listened in on several conference calls between author Bob Orndorff and radio hosts all over the country. It was fascinating to see the efficiency with which the conference call service juggled the various parties on the line and kept everything going along swimmingly.

The calls started at 6:50am ET, but we didn't manage to tune in until the third interview, with Bulldog and the Rude Awakening crew on WOCM in Baltimore (who were hilarious). We also got a big kick out of it when Libby Collins at WKRS in Chicago challenged Bob to pinpoint what type of PITA she is (he did it in just a few questions--and her whole staff agreed that he was right!). But every single interviewer did a bang-up job of discussing the main points of the book and making it easy for Bob.

We've got one more program today at 4:10pm (Eddie Fingers and Tracy Jones at WLW-AM in Cincinnati--listen live here). Then tomorrow morning coauthor Dulin Clark takes over radio duties with six interviews from Boston to Denver and several places in between.

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