Sept. 3, 2020

234 Jordan Gass-Poore' - Going Down the Rabbit Hole

234 Jordan Gass-Poore' - Going Down the Rabbit Hole
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06:01 – Harry welcomes to the podcast, Jordan Gass-Poore' who shares her experience as an investigative journalist, her fascination with audio as a medium and her early career aspirations 

13:52 – Jordan recalls her favorite college radio story that she ever covered 

20:39 – Jordan speaks to the premise of the horror comedy podcast she was pitching 

24:15 – How Jordan honed her skill of creating compelling audio content 

28:30 – Jordan shares some of the favorite stories she’s heard through podcasting producing and why people are dying to tell their stories 

33:37 – Jordan’s ongoing podcast projects 

36:21 – Jordan opens up about what it’s been like living in NYC during the Covid-19 pandemic 

43:59 – The work Jordan has done with Southern Poverty Law Center 

49:45 – What is something that Jordan has changed her mind about recently and what is the most misunderstood thing about her 

51:26 – Harry thanks Jordan for joining the show, and let’s listeners know where they can follow her 


“Nobody cares what you look like, because it audio. But they care what you sound like.” (10:55)

“One of the beautiful things about college radio is they were like, ‘do whatever you want that’s not violating FCC.” (17:08)

“The way that I approach interviews is very much based still to this day on the conversations I had with people at that coffee shop.” (26:17)

“So many people are dying to tell their story and they just were waiting around for the opportunity to sit down in front of a stranger.” (28:35)

“I think this is a really good time for people, if you’ve always wanted to cover your neighborhood and to talk to your neighbors, create a podcast.” (40:03)





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