TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. Our unique brand is an engaging blend of talk and entertainment that often compares today’s shows with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. Heard every week on both traditional AM/FM stations and on such digital platforms as TuneIn, Spotify, iTunes, and Alexa, each edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL features lively conversation about all kinds of TV programming (current, classic, primetime, daytime network, cable, streaming), plus prominent guests from the world of entertainment. We have expanded our audience by more than 40 percent over the past twelve months through both traditional strategies and new technologies, as well as our social media platforms (8,000+ and growing). We are committed to fostering relationships with advertisers by drawing on our brand to help further their brands.
About the Host
Host Name: Ed Robertson
Ed Robertson is an award-winning, nationally known author, journalist and media analyst who divides his time between writing and editing for print media, and creating, producing and distributing audio content for broadcast and other media. Ed's other broadcast experience includes voiceover work for stations in the Indiana and New England markets; producing and performing radio spots for such companies as Uber, Shout! Factory, Time-Life home entertainment, Cinemax, Major League Baseball, The Food Network, Disney’s D-23 expo, MPI home entertainment, The Falcon Theatre, The Hollywood Museum, The Pasadena Playhouse, and CBSWatch magazine; and narrating and producing the audiobook for The Perpetual Paycheck by Lori Rassas. His books on television include The Fugitive Recaptured, The Ethics of Star Trek, Thirty Years of The Rockford Files, Maverick: Legend of the West, and The Case of the Alliterative Attorney: A Guide to the Perry Mason TV Series and Made-for-TV Movies. Ed has also ontributed to The New York Times, Media Life Magazine, Columbia House Video Library and other media outlets.