Ian Goldstein

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Brooklyn, NY
University At Albany
TV, Comedy, Music, Movies, Sports
  • Ian has covered comedy for nearly a decade, writing about the subject for publications including Vulture, Splitsider, and Inverse. Over the years he has conducted a plethora of interviews with various stand-ups, TV comedy writers, and authors.
  • He has previously worked at Entertainment Weekly, where his was focus was late-night television, and has reported on TV shows for sites including Vulture and Inverse.
  • He reported, wrote about, and interviewed actors involved in various films for publications including New York Magazine and Nylon.


Ian is a writer, producer, and editor with years of experience writing for sites including New York Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Vulture, and Nylon. He has written humor pieces that have appeared on notable websites like The New Yorker and McSweeney's and has written extensively about television and comedy for Vulture. As an avid consumer of and writer on comedy and TV, he has been asked to appear on various panel shows including "HuffPost Live" and Sirius XM's "Tell Me Everything."


Ian has a bachelor's in English and Journalism from the University At Albany. His degree helped shape his writing style and exposed him to the ins and outs of television production as well as what makes for an interesting story that will not only appeal those in his profession, but the general population at large.

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