Pitchfork Media President Chris Kaskie: “I don’t think that from a creative standpoint that there is ever a need to leave Chicago”

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Justin Kaufmann and Chris Kaskie

Chris Kaskie, the President of Pitchfork Media, joins Justin to talk about starting the influential online music magazine, the idea behind the numbering system for music reviews, when he realized Pitchfork was taking off,  still considering Pitchfork to be a Chicago company, working outside of the industry, being purchased by Condé Nast last year, maintaining an independent vibe, the evolving world of media, and the upcoming 2016 Pitchfork Music Festival.

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