The Lead: NPR’s Pallavi Gogoi on Making Business Stories That Matter to People

Pallavi Gogoi has worked in financial journalism for most of her long and impressive career. She’s covered currencies and orange juice markets, and most recently worked as NPR’s chief business editor. Today, she joins The Lead to talk about the threads of storytelling that are woven in all types of journalism and writing business stories in ways that matter to people.

“When we cover economics and business, I feel that we are literally covering your life and my life.”

Guest: Pallavi Gogoi, former NPR chief business editor and current acting managing editor-daily report.

Jacqueline GaNun is a senior majoring in journalism at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. She is also majoring in international affairs in the School of Public and International Affairs and minoring in French.

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