Freelance Web and Podcast Producer
Freelance Web and Podcast Producer
The 'Spare Minute' Podcast, Ep. 27: December 19, 2016
World Policy On Air, Ep. 42: Terror and the Migrant Crisis, November 20, 2015
The Third Eye Weekly Podcast, Episode 90: Malcolm Gladwell, November 7, 2013
In the twilight of President Obama's final term, Bloomberg View’s Eli Lake joined our podcast to argue that the administration should release any information on Vladimir Putin’s financial assets in the West in retaliation for Russian interference in the 2016 elections. Listen here.
A week before the terror attacks at the Bataclan club in Paris in November 2015, our host David Alpern (formerly of Newsweek On Air) interviewed World Policy Institute fellow and Wall Street Journal contributor Damaso Reyes about the state of migrant policy in Europe. Listen here.
Despite some technical difficulties with the phone line that required drastic audio editing in post-production, my conversation with Malcolm Gladwell following the release of his 2014 book 'David and Goliath' is probably the interview highlight of my career thus far. Listen here.
The 'Spare Minute' Podcast
The 'World Policy On Air' Podcast
Hosted by David Alpern (formerly of Newsweek On Air, For Your Ears Only). I conducted all audio production tasks for this podcast from January 2015 - February 2017 while simultaneously serving as Online News Editor for the World Policy Institute. You can find the bulk of the episodes I worked on via Podbean here.
The 'Third Eye Weekly' Podcast
I created this podcast with the help of the good folks at BreakThru Radio (now known as BTRtoday.com) in May 2012. I served as co-host, lead scriptwriter, producer, and engineer until November 2014. You can find a complete listing of episodes for the show here.
During my tenure as Podcast Producer and Brand Representative for the SpareMin mobile app, I conducted countless conversations with A-list journalists during the 2016 presidential election and beyond. These conversations were shared as videograms on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, garnering thousands of clicks in the process. Here are a few more highlighted conversations.
Dylan Byers, August 12, 2016
Jared Yates Sexton, June 23, 2017
Forbes contributor Brett Edkins, October 21, 2016
Author and Washington Post contributor Dan Zak, September 9, 2016
As news broke that Roger Ailes was departing from Fox News following a damning sexual harassment scandal, former network heavyweight Megyn Kelly began leaving some cryptic messages on her Twitter account. I spoke with CNN's Dylan Byers later that day about Ailes's legacy and what the future may hold former anchors like Kelly and Gretchen Carlson. Listen here.
How did the president usurp Fox News as the primary information source for American conservatives? Author and New York Times contributor Jared Yates Sexton takes us through a deep dive of his work during the 2016 election cycle. Listen here.
Brett Edkins of Forbes had quite a post-mortem of Chris Wallace's performance as moderator of the final presidential debates in election2016. Listen here.
Following the publication of his book 'Almighty' that year, Dan joined me on the SpareMin app to talk about the proliferation of nuclear weapons and its impact on modern civilization. Listen here.
Matt is a diversely experienced web and multimedia producer, skilled in managing complex projects frominitial planning to final production of audio, video, and online print content in the interests of exploringthe most pressing issues in world affairs.
He also is the songwriter and bandleader behind a rather gnarly musical project, Matt Demello & the Significant Looks. Check out their official website here.
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