Nicholas Quah

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Nicholas Quah is a journalist and speaker best known as the founder of the Hot Pod newsletter[1]. He frequently appears on stage at podcasting events, and contributes opinion pieces about journalism at Nieman Lab[2]. He was born in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia and graduated from Wesleyan University in 2011 and the MAPSS program at the University of Chicago in 2013[3].

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  1. "Nicholas Quah" (in en). https://nicholasquah.com/. 
  2. "Podcast Playlist: On Air Fest Sets 2020 Lineup" (in en). https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/podcast-playlist-air-fest-sets-2020-lineup-1253386. 
  3. "Security Verification | LinkedIn". https://www.linkedin.com/checkpoint/challengesV2/AQER-8HAtQE4GQAAAW6ttM6Kd-AIC9UqD2XBeoTU4Pkx9ly0xWh6Y_DktPyaFCQQKo7u2rF_92MaybNAzmcGbuYSojPXaqhZ0A.