Opinion writer for The New York Times Ezra Klein is launching “The Ezra Klein Show,” podcast. Episodes will be released every Tuesday and Friday starting Tuesday, January 26th.
Klein said, “This is the strangest moment I can remember as a journalist. There is so much reason for hope, and so much reason for despair, and they’re so tightly wound around each other. The only way I know to navigate it is by asking people smarter than me to explain how they’re thinking about it, and what they want to build in it. As Washington, and the world, moves into this new era, I’m incredibly excited to bring these conversations to NYT Opinion, and hopefully make some sense of it.”
Ezra Klein joined Opinion in 2021. Previously, he was the founder, editor in chief and then editor-at-large of Vox; the host of the podcast, “The Ezra Klein Show”; and the author of “Why We’re Polarized.” Before that, he was a columnist and editor at The Washington Post, where he founded and led the Wonkblog vertical.