Ezra Klein

Ezra Klein (born May 9, 1984) is an American journalist, blogger, and columnist. He is most known for his former work as a blogger and columnist for The Washington Post, as well his ongoing work as a contributor to Bloomberg News and MSNBC. He was formerly an associate editor of The American Prospect political magazine and a political blogger at the same publication.At The Washington Post, he managed a branded blog called "Wonkblog," which featured his writing and the writing of other policy reporters. Issues discussed in the blog included health care and budget policy. He wrote a primer on policy called "Wonkbook," which was delivered by e-mail and on his blog each morning.
Posts about Ezra Klein
  • Today in Tabs editor Rusty Foster: ‘2014 was a terrible year!’

    …, the lack of indictment showed up, and I went to Bijan [Today in Tabs’ intern] and was like, “Write something.” He was really upset, I was really upset. That was the one this year that I’m most proud of – the one Bijan wrote. It ruined me. I was in tears all day. People kept saying, “That made me cry all day.” It did the same to me, and I’m glad…

    Caroline Bottger/ Digiday- 17 readers -
  • Why publishers are learning how to buy ads

    Publishers are used to spending an inordinate amount of energy trying to attract media buyers, but now they’re also playing the role themselves. Publishers like Vox Media, BuzzFeed and Complex all have in-house ad-buying capability, part of a shift by publishers in how they think of audience development.

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 10 readers -
  • Is Vox’s Chorus the CMS Brands Have Been Waiting For?

    … integrated marketing campaigns, and if Chorus is opened up to brand publishers, it should help them move fast—something brands are famously struggling to do. After leaving The Washington Post, Klein famously used Chorus to build Vox.com in just nine weeks. …

    Sam Petulla/ The Content Strategistin Content- 16 readers -
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