Pineapple Street Media is a new kind of podcast company. We produce shows for partners, including The New York Times, Hillary Clinton, Lena Dunham, Morgan Stanley and Wieden+Kennedy. We also make original shows.
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After almost a decade working in public radio on such shows as The Moth and StoryCorps, Jenna started the podcast department at BuzzFeed and created Another Round and Women of the Hour with Lena Dunham. She currently sits on the advisory board of The Moth.
Max co-hosted With Her with Hillary Clinton, Pineapple Street's first show. He is a co-founder of Longform and a co-host of the Longform Podcast.
Joel is Pineapple’s editor. Before joining Pineapple Street, Joel served as Deputy Editor of the New York Times Magazine and Executive Editor of This American Life. He worked on Serial, Missing Richard Simmons, and S-Town.
Ann is a producer with Pineapple Street. Bitch Magazine has called her “ a sort of goddess of podcasting.” She is a Peabody award winning producer who has reported and produced forThis American Life, Radiolab, 99% Invisible, Slate, and many other shows. In 2011, she was named a United States Artist Rockefeller Fellow for her decades long innovative work. She's also founder of The Sarah Awards and host of Serendipity, a fiction podcast.
Bari produces Women Of The Hour and Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai. During her freelance years, she worked with Radiolab, The Brian Lehrer Show, More Perfect, Panoply, and BuzzFeed.
Henry produces The New York Times' culture show Still Processing, and produced Missing Richard Simmons. Before Pineapple Street, he was a staff producer at Panoply, and has previously worked with WNYC, Karina Longworth, and Maximum Fun.
Josh is an associate podcast producer at Pineapple Street Media. He produces Never/Before with Janet Mock and Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai. A native Californian, he is an Emory and New School Alum.
Rikki is an associate producer at Pineapple Street Media. She previously made radio at NPR’s All Things Considered and worked in business strategy at The Atlantic.
Emily has been with Pineapple since the beginning as a freelance jack-of-all trades and occasional producer. She is Pineapple's shortest employee.
Puddy the Pup
Puddy is Pineapple's most senior employee, with years of experience in radio and paw-dcast production.
Mr. Carter is Pineapple's closer. A legend of the business world, Mr. Carter will stop at nothing to seal the deal.