Josh Jackson Josh Jackson is the associate general manager for content at WRTI in Philadelphia.
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Josh Jackson

Josh Jackson

Associate General Manager for Content, WRTI

Josh Jackson is the associate general manager for content at WRTI in Philadelphia.

Prior to joining WRTI, he was program director and content manager of WVTF in Virginia and special projects producer at WBGO in Newark, N.J. While at WBGO, Josh hosted Live at the Village Vanguard, a monthly concert series from the legendary New York jazz club. He was also the creator and host of Living With Music, a multimedia riff about jazz, discovery and other big ideas.

He started with a full-time gig and volunteer host position at WWOZ in New Orleans, landed a temporary production assistant job at American Routes and attended public radio boot camp at Murray Street Productions in New York. He has produced award-winning documentaries and more than 250 live concert recordings while at WBGO.

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