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Sam Sanders will develop and host a flagship podcast for Vulture, New York Magazine’s culture and entertainment site. Sanders will work with _New York’_s editorial director for audio Hanna Rosin and Vulture editor Neil Janowitz. The show will launch later this Spring.
“Sam is simply the perfect person to develop and host a Vulture show,” says Haskell. “He built something extraordinary at NPR, a thrilling and curious and often moving show about culture, and I cannot wait to see what happens when his omnivorous, curious intellect joins up with the powerhouse culture editors at Vulture and New York.”
“Sam and Vulture are a match made in Heaven,” says Rosin. “Both know everything, know what they love, and are sure to bring out the best in the other.”
Sanders joins New York and the Vox Media Podcast Network from NPR, where he has hosted the podcast and radio show It’s Been a Minute for the last five years_._
“I have been incredibly jealous of Vulture for years. They’re always writing the pieces I wish I’d thought of first, and covering the culture in ways that aren’t just new and fresh, but also game-changing and conversation-shifting,” says Sanders. “Getting the chance to showcase and work alongside the journalists I’ve been trying to keep up with for so long is more than just a dream come true; it’s a match made in heaven. And to be supported by such a storied institution as New York Magazine, and the truly ascendant Vox Media Podcast Network – what a dream! There’s really no way this isn’t going to be amazing. Excited is an understatement.”