MIAMI, July 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Katie Kempner, EVP / Executive Director, Global Communications at CP+B, announced today the launch of a new Internet-based show, "Perspectives with Katie Kempner." (www.katiekempner-perspectives.com) The show features inspiring conversations with extraordinary working women. The premiere episode, breaking today is an interview with Advertising Age publisher and author of The Book of Doing, Allison Arden. New episodes will break weekly, with the next episode being an interview with Linda Sawyer, North American CEO of Deutsch, Inc.
"There has never been a time in history when women have been met with so many exciting, yet pressing demands," said Katie Kempner, the show's creator, executive producer and host. "The opportunities are greater than ever, but so is the pressure to simultaneously fulfill many roles, while being always available in this real-time world. My hope is that viewers will be as inspired as I am by my extraordinary guests and that they can find compelling takeaways to help them create their own versions of modern-day, balanced lives. I'm incredibly grateful to my amazingly talented colleagues at CP+B for not only sharing my vision, but also allowing it to come to life. I hope this will be a huge benefit for everyone at CP+B, our clients and all of our friends."
The mission of "Perspectives with Katie Kempner" is to inspire and empower working women as they create lives where they can succeed both professionally and personally. Show guests will span a number of fields and professions. "Perspectives with Katie Kempner" can be viewed at www.katiekempner-perspectives.com as well as accessed through a link on CP+B's website: www.cpbgroup.com. Viewers can also follow the show on Twitter: @perspectiveswkk. Shot on location in New York, the show is produced by CP+B with editorial and post production led by Plus Productions.
"This is a topic that Katie has been passionate about for a long time and when she came to me with the idea for Perspectives with Katie Kempner, I knew it was something that could be really terrific and that I wanted to support," said Andrew Keller, CEO of CP+B. "I'm continually amazed by the breadth of talent at CP+B and the extraordinary ideas that are always bubbling up from within. Whether it is this show, a worthy cause or a product or service, whenever we can, I want to help make these visions a reality."
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