ICGB   70-246  , 220-801   N10-006   70-461   VCP550   642-999   CISM   200-125  , CISM   70-177  , 200-120   300-320   1Z0-144   JK0-022   300-209   200-355   NSE4   1Y0-201   300-206  , 2V0-620   70-412   MB2-707   300-208  , 1Z0-060   PEGACPBA71V1   LX0-103   000-105   300-209   000-080   1Y0-201   642-732   70-177   70-410   74-678   101-400   MB2-707   MB5-705   500-260   1Z0-051   700-501   MB2-704   70-412  , 70-177   300-209   070-461   2V0-621D   3002   200-125  , CISM   70-410   810-403   220-901   300-115   350-018   000-104   1Z0-803   OG0-091   M70-101  , 200-355   74-678   70-461   210-065  , 2V0-621   200-125  , CAP  , CAS-002   200-310   N10-006   100-101   70-483   MB6-703  , CISSP   1z0-808   300-115   000-089  , 070-461   70-980   70-412   642-732   CAS-002   70-463   350-018   220-801   M70-101   CCA-500   70-461  , MB6-703   102-400   HP0-S42   102-400   74-678   640-911   210-260   SY0-401   350-080   70-243   70-980  ,

Episode 140, with guests Joe Pompeo and Joe Hagan

Joe Pompeo and Joe Hagan are our guests this week.
Show produced by Katherine Caperton.
Original Air Date: March 1, 2014 on SiriusXM “POTUS” Channel 124.
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Our first guest this week, Joe Pompeo of Capital New York, has the cover story the March issue of the new Capital magazine, “Downtown goes glossy,” all about Condé Nast’s move to the spanking new One World Trade Center and the transformation of downtown. For the last four years, my office in Lower Manhattan has overlooked the rebuilding of the 9/11 site. I’ve seen it go from an enshrined hole to the final stages of commercial rebirth, with Condé Nast at the leading edge of revitalization. This week, Joe Pompeo has the latest  chapter in the amazing story.

At the bottom of the hour, Joe Hagan uncorked a stunner earlier this week when New York magazine went live with its cover story, “I give up,” by Alec Baldwin, as told to Mr. Hagan. It’s an amazing read and an amazingly complex story to write in the “as told to” form. I’m unabashedly say I’m a big fan of Baldwin. While PoliOptics predated Alec’s Here’s The Thing podcast from WNYC, his style of thoughtful conversation is one that I’ve tried to emulate on our show. Baldwin’s 2013 is a quintessential Polioptics story. As Baldwin says in the piece: “In the new media culture, anything good you do is tossed into a pit and you’re measured by who you are on your worst day.” In this episode, Joe Hagen and I take Baldwin’s measure since the story went live.

If you like what you read from Hagan in New York, check out some of his other recent work, including his article on Tom Steyer in Men’s Journal and his piece on Charlie Rich in Oxford American.


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