Mia Lobel: Private Session (60 mins)
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60 minute mentorship session via phone call or video
Mia is available most weekdays from 9am-1pm ET. Some later times may be possible upon request.
Discounts are available for multiple sessions. Email email@example.com to inquire.
Mia has worked with the world’s best writers, journalists, and intellectuals to help them achieve their vision in sound. She’s now interested in helping independent producers and companies build and grow teams, set up sustainable production processes, and create impactful, entertaining, and memorable content.
Mia can provide newcomers to audio with a big-picture introduction to the podcast industry, plus offer advice on all aspects of podcast production including booking, interviewing, editing, mixing, and scoring. She can provide people at all levels of their careers with constructive feedback on pitches, stories/episodes/shows, or loose creative ideas.
She can also advise on executive-level problem solving including managing relationships with hosts, moving production roadblocks, and providing (sometimes difficult) feedback to individuals and teams.
It's wonderful to work with an executive who believes so strongly in centering women's voices in creative work.
Mia Lobel is a veteran audio producer, manager, and educator, and the former VP of Content and Production at Pushkin Industries where she oversaw all podcasts including Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History, Laurie Santos’ The Happiness Lab, Michael Lewis’ Against the Rules, and many more. She has been making audio content since 2001 for public radio stations, non-profit organizations, museums, universities, and voice-activated services. She received a master’s degree from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. She has been an adjunct professor at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY since 2010.
Mia has taught me innumerable skills in terms of the nuts and bolts of producing, but also about how I hold myself in the workplace - to speak up, to share what I know, and to hold true to my values.
- Eloise Lynton (A24)
Mia believed in me and backed me up during a uniquely challenging time... she made me feel supported and seen. She also reminded me not to take things too, too seriously -- her big smile and playfulness was so appreciated.
Kate Parkinson-Morgan (Pushkin Industries)
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