Bio

Mooj Zadie is a radio documentarian and music video director.

He currently helps edit Fresh Air with Terry Gross on NPR. His radio stories have appeared on BBC, 99% Invisible, Love + Radio, WNYC's Studio 360, and KCRW's The Organist. His music videos have premiered on The Fader, NPR Music, and Pitchfork. He is the creator of Anatomy of a Music Video, a video essay series in which film directors analyze their music videos, and 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. In 2013, he won a Third Coast International Audio Award. And in 2016, he was one of seven residents of the inaugural Third Coast Radio Residency.



Contact

hi@moojzadie.com

@moojz



Awards

USA Fellow Nominated

In The Dark Honorable Mention

Third Coast Best Documentary: Honorable Mention



Speaking

Uniondocs Listening in: The Shadows

Uniondocs Art on the Airwaves

Uniondocs Ouroboros: Self as Subject

Uniondocs Getting Close: Intimacy in Multimedia



Selected Press

2018

VideoStatic Anatomy Of A Music Video with Daniels and Jake Schreier

2015

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

Hotpod Tape

2014

Gawker Listening to the Radio Is Cool Again: 8 Smart Podcasts You Should Hear

Telegraph The best arts, books, and entertainment podcasts

2013

Nieman Storyboard Best of Narrative, 2013

WBEZ Love + Radio podcast releases new episode on pedobaiting