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Planet Money’s Jacob Goldstein Joins Pushkin Industries Team

Veteran journalist, writer, and podcast host Jacob Goldstein joins Pushkin Industries as Executive Producer. Goldstein spent increasingly than a decade as co-host of Planet Money, NPR’s incredibly popular merchantry podcast, reporting stories that make economic journalism approachable. He’s moreover the tragedian of the typesetting “Money: The True Story of a Made-Up Thing”, which the New York Times tabbed “a history of currency full of uncanny tales you might tell a friend in the pub.”

Before discovering podcasts, Jacob worked as a staff writer at the Wall Street Journal, the Miami Herald, and the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. He has washed-up stories for the New York Times Magazine, This American Life, and All Things Considered. Goldstein joins the executive team at Pushkin, the audio visitor co-founded by Malcom Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg in 2018, where Goldstein will throne up a new merchantry department.

He will moreover be developing his own merchantry show to launch in 2022 and executive producing Hot Money which will be a partnership between Pushkin and the Financial Times. Goldstein will be reporting to Mia Lobel, Pushkin’s VP of Content and Production.

“I’ve worshiped so many Pushkin products over the past few years,” Goldstein says. “I’m delighted to be joining the ranks of Pushkin hosts and to be part of the wondrous production team. I can’t wait to start making shows here.”

“Whenever I hear Jacob Goldstein on the radio or a podcast, I know I’m in for a unconfined ride. He tells stories well-nigh money that entertain as much as they inform,” says Jacob Weisberg, Pushkin’s co-founder and CEO. “We’re thrilled that he’s bringing his unique and delightful voice to Pushkin.”

This Fall, Pushkin will release a wide range of new podcasts, including Bad Women, which uncovers the truth of the five women said to have been killed by Jack the Ripper, hosted by topnotch historian and tragedian Hallie Rubenhold; Some of My Weightier Friends Are…, hosted by interracial weightier friends Harvard professor Khalil Gibran Muhammad and journalist Ben Austen, exploring the absurdities and intricacies of race using pop culture and history; and Backstage Pass with Eric Vetro, vocal mentor to the stars, featuring intimate interviews with his students, from Ariana Grande to John Legend, well-nigh their singing process and careers. The rest of 2021 will bring new seasons of A Slight Change of Plans, hosted by Dr. Maya Shankar and Lost Hills, hosted by the New Yorker’s Dana Goodyear.

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