Alex Blumberg is the cofounder of Gimlet Media. Gimlet makes several podcasts you’ve probably heard of–StartUp, The Pitch, and Reply All are a few. Before Gimlet Alex worked on This American Life and Planet Money.
Alex Goldman of Reply All from Gimlet Media joins me today for a great conversation about how Reply All began, his road to the show, highlighting some of the best episodes so far and giving you a peak into what it takes to produce this hit show with his co-host, PJ Vogt. And make sure you listen all the way through! Alex then does a mini-interview with me!
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