Mooj Zadie is an award-winning radio documentarian and music video director.
He currently helps edit Fresh Air with Terry Gross on NPR. His music videos have premiered on The Fader, NPR Music, and Pitchfork. And he is the creator of Anatomy of a Music Video, a video essay series in which music video directors dissect their videos. His radio stories have appeared on Studio 360, 99% Invisible, Love + Radio, and KCRW's The Organist. In 2013, he won Best Documentary: Honorable Mention from the Third Coast International Audio Festival. And in 2016, he was one of 7 residents of the inaugural Third Coast Radio Residency. He’s the host of Tape, a radio show about people who make radio, and the founder of Tape Fest, a live radio show created for the stage.
USA Fellow Nominated
In The Dark Honorable Mention
Third Coast Best Documentary: Honorable Mention
Uniondocs Art on the Airwaves
Uniondocs Ouroboros: Self as Subject
Uniondocs Getting Close: Intimacy in Multimedia
VideoStatic Anatomy Of A Music Video with Daniels and Jake Schreier
The Timbre WTF is a Podcast Festival?
The New York Times Podcasts Stretch Wings Beyond Audio and Go Live, in Festivals
The New Yorker Tape Festival: A Celebration of Public Radio
Brooklyn Magazine 'The Best Storytellers Under One Roof' At The First-Ever Tape Festival
Gawker Listening to the Radio Is Cool Again: 8 Smart Podcasts You Should Hear
Telegraph The best arts, books, and entertainment podcasts
Nieman Storyboard Best of Narrative, 2013
WBEZ Love + Radio podcast releases new episode on pedobaiting