P.J. Vogt and Alex Goldman on creative partnerships and Reply All

What It Takes to Make an Episode of Reply All

What It Takes to Make an Episode of Reply All

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May 26 2015 5:04 PM

P.J. Vogt and Alex Goldman on Reply All, Partnerships, and Taking the Leap

The duo behind the Gimlet-produced podcast discuss their creative partnership and the road to making the show they wanted to make.


Listen to this episode of The Moment with guests P.J. Vogt and Alex Goldman:

This week on The Moment, Brian Koppelman talks with P.J. Vogt and Alex Goldman, the hosts of the podcast Reply All. They discuss their creative partnership and how they make storytelling decisions. Alex talks about making his jump into public radio at the age of 29, and P.J. talks about why he loves the editing process at Gimlet Media, the company that produces Reply All. They both also talk about their meteoric rise from the bottom of the ladder at WNYC to the frontlines of narrative audio storytelling at Gimlet.


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Brian Koppelman is a filmmaker (Rounders, Solitary Man), essayist, and podcaster. His latest project is the upcoming Showtime series Billions.