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Preet Bharara Joins a Family Media Firm
[Photo: by Andrew Savulich / New York Daily News]
Since being fired in March by President Trump, former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara has taken refuge at New York University Law School and signed on to write a book about his experiences in life and in government.
On Monday, Mr. Bharara announced that he will join his brother’s media company, Some Spider Studios, which was started in 2014. Preet, 48, will serve as an EVP and he’ll even get to host a podcast, entitled “Stay Tuned with Preet.” Younger brother Vinit Bharara, 45, is behind a scattering of web startups, such as Quidsi, the original parent company for Diapers, Wag and Soap.com that was later sold to Amazon. He also owns Cafe, which will host Preet’s podcast.
That podcast, which debuts in a few months (after summer vacation), will cover, among other things: corruption, fraud and criminal justice.