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Podcast Producer

TED is looking for a Podcast Producer to play a vital role in producing original podcasts for TED. The Podcast Producer would be taking the creative lead on two of our original podcasts, TED Talks Daily and The TED Interview, and have the opportunity to expand their role into additional podcast development and production. This individual has demonstrated measurable success in crafting podcasts from beginning to end, works well with teams, loves creative problem solving, and has a strong ear for what works well in audio.


While broadly known for its global conferences and signature TED Talk videos, TED is also one of the top podcast publishers in the world, garnering over 420 million downloads annually. Our programs are listened to in over 190 countries and our shows have been consistently ranked by Apple Podcasts as "most downloaded" of the year. In a world with over 700,000 podcasts (and growing), we've maintained this position over the years and have successfully launched new original shows that have found traction with both audiences and partners. TED’s award-winning portfolio of leading audio series include the TED Radio Hour (with NPR), TED Talks Daily, The TED Interview, WorkLife with Adam Grant, Sincerely X (with Luminary Media), and the TED en Espanol podcast. 




  • At least four years of experience producing audio for radio or podcast

  • A background in journalism or storytelling

  • An ability to listen to raw tape, and identify the perfect details, the need-to-know plot points, and the need-to-hear moments that make a compelling story

  • Experience in fact checking

  • Proficiency in creating assemblies in ProTools

  • Deep knowledge and interest in media and culture

  • An eye for detail and self-direction

  • Experience as a manager is a plus

  • Experience working with multiple stakeholders and an enthusiasm for collaboration




TED Talks Daily

Our flagship podcast where we release a new talk every weekday on every subject imaginable. 

  • Write, record, edit and deliver intros for TED Talks Daily

  • Work with host talent to record intros and other assets, as needed

  • Give editorial input on talks featured on TED Talks Daily to ensure they work in audio 

  • Collaborate with editorial team on the TED Talks Daily calendar, acting as an advocate for the podcast's listeners 

  • From time to time, oversee production on premium, high-touch ads that run on TED Talks Daily. 





  • General: Office environment

  • Physical: Repetitive movement of wrists, hands, and/or fingers

  • Mental/Visual: Concentrated mental and/or visual attention; work involves performing tasks to very close accuracy and quality specifications

  • Machines, Tools, Equipment, Electronic Devices, Computer Software: Ability to use common office equipment such as telephone, computer and copier

  • Computer programs to include MS Office, Mac programs, Google Docs, functional related databases

  • Travel: Upon request 


TED Conferences, LLC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We invite all qualified candidates to apply online and submit their resume and cover letter.

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