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Veteran writer, editor, and radio producer Rob Hochschild taught his first Berklee writing course in 2011. Born near Philadelphia, Hochschild began his journalism career as a news reporter for a Massachusetts radio station before becoming news director of a country music station in Pennsylvania. For more than 20 years he worked as an administrator at Berklee, primarily in the External Affairs area, as a writer, website editor, podcast host, and director of communications. He has interviewed public figures ranging from national politicians to Grammy winners such as Willie Nelson, Pat Metheny, Esperanza Spalding, and Jimmy Page.