Josh Jackson is co-founder and editor-in-chief of Paste. Under his editorial leadership, Paste was named “Magazine of the Year” multiple years by both the Plug Awards and the GAMMA Awards. It was also nominated for the National Magazine Award for General Excellence three times. Jackson has been named one of min magazine’s 21 Most Intriguing People in the Magazine Industry, one of Relevant Magazine’s 12 Revolutionaries and one of The 40 Under 40 from both Georgia Trends and The University of Georgia. He’s served as a regular music, film and TV critic for CNN Headline News/HLN and two Atlanta radio stations and has written hundreds of articles for Paste, including more than a dozen cover stories. He lives in Decatur, Ga., with his wife, Lori, and their three children.
Paste is a leading online arts and lifestyle brand, covering music, movies, TV, games, comedy, books, design, tech, food, drink, travel, style, comics and politics. Since 2002, the site has grown to more than 7 million unique monthly visitors, thanks to readers hungry for authenticity and creativity. This highly engaged and devoted audience looks to PasteMagazine.com to discover what’s happening in pop culture. In March 2017, Paste returned to the world of print with the launch of Paste Quarterly, a 12"x12" glossy magazine with an accompanying vinyl album filled with exclusive tracks recorded in the Paste Studio.