Eric Nuzum is the cofounder of Magnificent Noise and creator of iconic podcasts.
Over the past 14 years, he has made podcasts that routinely top
the charts, appear in yearly “best of” lists, win awards, and generate hundreds of millions of downloads. He is considered a leading “go to” creative strategist in
audio, podcasting, radio, and spoken word entertainment who delivers fresh ideas, clear thin king, and innovative approaches to problem solving.
Eric started NPR’s podcasting efforts in 2005 and remained that effort’s creative and strategic force for the following decade, turning it into a massive source of audience and revenue. He brought programs like Fresh Air with Terry Gross, Snap Judgment, and Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me! into the podcasting ecosystem and helped them become iconic hits. As a creator, he developed some of NPR’s most successful podcasts, such as the TED Radio Hour, Ask Me Another, and Invisibilia. He continued his track
record of success during his tenure as Audible’s leader for short form content and podcasting, creating such recognized podcasts as Sincerely, X (another coproduction with TED), The Butterfly Effect with Jon Ronson, and Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel.
In 2018, Eric struck out on his own as a consultant and independent podcast maker, cofounding Magnificent Noise, a podcast production and creative consulting company based in New York City. Most recently, Magnificent Noise has produced a new series with Esther Perel entitled How’s Work?
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