Joe Rosenberg

Joe Rosenberg

Independent Producer

Producer

Joe Rosenberg is a Los Angeles native and a graduate of the USC film school who, for reasons he’s still trying to figure out, somehow wound up producing public radio. His work has appeared on Freakonomics Radio, On The Media, This American Life, WNYC in New York, MPBN in Maine, and KCRW. He’s currently a producer for NPR’s Snap Judgement. When he’s not working, you’ll find him hiking in his beloved Sierra Nevada Mountains and wondering if film will ever again attain the psychological sophistication and cultural urgency of today’s best cable television.

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