Brooke Gladstone

Brooke Gladstone

Co-host of 'On the Media'

Host

Brooke Gladstone was an NPR Moscow-based reporter, its first media reporter, senior editor of NPR's All Things Considered, and the senior editor of Weekend Edition with Scott Simon. She's the recipient of two Peabody Awards, a National Press Club Award, an Overseas Press Club Award and many others.

Before becoming the host of On the Media, she did some pilots for WNYC of A More Perfect Uniona call-in show about human relationships with Dan Savage.

She also is the author of The Influencing Machine (W.W. Norton), a media manifesto in graphic form, listed among the top books of 2011 by the New Yorker, Publisher's Weekly, Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal, and among the “10 Masterpieces of Graphic Nonfiction” by the Atlantic.

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