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Top 5 TV & Radio Technology Experts & Technology Commentators

TV & Radio August 2, 2013

In the 5th of our experts on TV series, we focus on technology. The digital age has drastically transformed the landscape in which we work and live. Children are now more technologically savvy than the adults that raised them.  Information is transmitted almost instantaneously and although life is made easier, certain challenges have also arisen. This has given birth to technology commentators that are now needed to help individuals navigate through the digital maze. In this segment we explore technology experts that appear as commentators on television and radio. Here are a list of the top five TV experts and how they got their start.


Leo Laporte - Technology CommentatorTechnology Expert #1 – Leo Laporte – Over 475,000 Twitter Followers

Leo Laport is an Emmy Award winning American technology author, broadcaster and entrepreneur. Leo started at Yale University studying Chinese history before dropping out to pursue a career in radio broadcasting. According the Laport, he purchased his first Mac in 1984 and operated one of the first Mac-only bulletin board systems from 1985 to 1988. In addition to writing several technology-oriented books, he has worked on tech-related broadcasting projects such as Dvorak on Computers in January 1991 and Laporte on Computers on KGO Radio and KSFO in San Franciso. He earned an Emmy Award for his work on MSNBC’s The Site.


Kim Komando - technology commentatorTechnology Expert #2 – Kim Komando – Over 31,000 Twitter Followers

Kim Komando appeared on CNN, CBS, MSNBC, ABC, BBC and Fox News. She is the host of an American talk radio program based on the use of the Internet, popularity of personal computers and the complexities of consumer electronics. She started out working for IBM, AT&T and Unisys in the sales department.  She began her public career writing a column about computers in the Arizona Business Gazette which eventually led to a call-in talk show on computers that would air late at night on KFYI in Pheonix, Arizona.


Mario Armstrong - Technology CommentatorTechnology Expert #3 – Mario Armstrong – Over 14,500 Twitter Followers

Mario is a radio and TV talk show host who’s focus is on technology and the digital lifestyle. He discusses pertinent tech issues on his radio program, “The Mario Armstrong Show” and is a regular contributer to CNN and NPR’s Morning Edition. He is the co-founder of the Urban Video Game Academy which is an educational, non-profit program that uses video games to increase student’s interest and academic achievement in science, technology and math.  Mario Armstrong got his start working in the tech industry for more than 12 years and was the first Chief Technology Officer of Baltimore City for then mayor, Martin O’Malley. He also served as the IT Director for the State of Maryland’s Tourism department.  Mario is recognized as the “Top 40 under 40” Emerging Leaders in the Baltimore Business Journal.


kevin-rose-business-weekTechnology Expert #4 – Kevin Rose – Over 1, 400,000 Twitter Followers

Kevin Rose, who co-founded Revision3, Digg, Pownce, and Milk, is a former American Internet entrepreneur.  He served as a production assistant and co-host at TechTV’s The Screen Savers. Born in Redding, California, he spent most of his childhood in Las Vegas, Nevada. He began appearing on-air in the Dark Tip segments and on Unscrewed with Martin Sargent where he provided information on developing computing activities. He also appeared on the first episode of R&D TV alongside Diggnation co-host Alex Albrecht and has made appearances as a guest on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”


Shelly Palmer - Technology CommentatorTechnology Expert #5 – Shelly Palmer – Over 94,000 Twitter Followers

Shelly Palmer graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 1979 with a B.A. in direction and production of film and television. His first job was as a staff composer and producer for Don Elliot Productions and his first “full service” radio production client was The ABC Television Network. Through working with ABC, he was placed on a path toward more radio work in the future.  He evolved into an advertising, marketing and technology consultant and business advisor. He hosts Fox Television’s Shelly Palmer Digital Living and is the previous host of Comcast/NBC Universal’s Live Digital with Shelly Palmer.

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Top 5 TV Legal Commentators

TV & Radio July 16, 2013

If you’ve ever seen an episode of Nancy Grace or watched Greta Van Susteren in action, you may have wondered how these individuals got their start. It’s not rocket science to figure out that by associating with high profile cases or high profile people in some way or another, you get noticed. In addition to attention through association, these specific individuals have expertise in the areas they are presenting on television, are able to articulate the case in ways the general public can understand, and have an understanding of the show they are on and what is expected of them by the audience. We have compiled a list of the top five legal commentators based on name recognition.

greta-van-susteren-legal-commentatorCelebrity Legal Commentator #1: Greta Van Susteren (Over 300,000 Twitter Followers)

Greta Van Susteren earned her J.D. From Georgetown University Law Center in 1979 and prior to starting in television, worked as an adjunct faculty member in Georgetown Law as well as maintaining a full time legal career. She got her start as a legal commentator through appearing as a legal analyst on CNN during coverage of the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial. This led to her stint on CNN’s Burden of Proof and The Point. In 2002, after a highly publicized contract bidding war, she switched to the Fox News Channel and began hosting the current affairs show On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren.

DanAbrams-Legal ExpertCelebrity Legal Commentator #2:  Dan Abrams (Over 50,000 Twitter Followers)

Dan Abrams is an American television host, legal commentator, Web entrepreneur and author. He obtained his B.A. cum laude in political science from Duke University in 1988. While at Duke, he anchored newscasts on Cable 13, a student run channel. He went on to receive his J.D. From Columbia University Law School in 1992. Dan got his start working as a reporter for Court TV where he covered the O.J. Simpson case, as well as the International War Crimes Tribunal from the Netherlands and the assisted-suicide trials of Dr. Jack Kevorkian. He is currently a legal analyst at ABC News Good Morning America and a substitute anchor for the network.  He has previously worked as a chief legal analyst for NBC News, as General Manager of MSNBC and as an anchor for that network.

nancy-grace-legal-expertCelebrity Legal Commentator #3: Nancy Grace (Over 375,000 Twitter Followers)

Nancy Grace worked for almost a decade in the Atlanta-Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney’s office as a Special Prosecutor prior to her career as a broadcaster. After leaving the Fulton County prosecutors’ office, she was approached by Steven Brill, the Court TV founder, to do a legal commentary show right alongside Johnnie Cochran.  Johnnie Cochran left the show and she was moved to a solo trial coverage show on Court TV. She began hosting Nancy Grace on CNN Headline News in 2005, a regular primetime legal analysis show.


top legal commentatorCelebrity Legal Commentator #4: Mark Geragos (Over 75,000 Twitter Followers)

Mark Geragos, born in Los Angeles, CA, graduated from Loyola Law School in 1982, is currently the managing partner at The Law Offices of Geragos and Geragos. Geragos apppears as a guest and legal commentator on the Today show, Good Morning America, 60 Minutes, Anderson Cooper 360 and On the Record. He obtained national attention through representing convicted Whitewater figure Susan McDougal, the former business partner of former President Bill Clinton. He also handled Michael Jackson’s molestation case in the early stages as well as the Scott Peterson death penalty case.

Top TV Legal ExpertsCelebrity Legal Commentator #5: Ann Coulter (Over 375,000 Twitter Followers) 

Ann Coulter, who frequently appears on TV, radio and public speaking events, is an American conservative social and political commentator. She is also a best-selling author, syndicated columnist and lawyer.  Coulter can be a controversial figure as she likes to “stir the pot” and not pretend to be impartial. She got her start in the 1990s when she was an outspoken critic of the Clinton Administration.

Celebrity Legal Commentator RUNNER UPS: Robert Shapiro, Alan Dershowitz and Gloria Allred 

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Top 5 TV Health Experts

TV & Radio July 3, 2013

Many people today look to the advice of health experts to increase their life span, ward off cancer or shed a few pounds. People are bombarded with so much information on what foods they should eat, how many times a week they need to exercise and what steps they need to take to ward off depression. Interestingly enough, many shows have popped up in an attempt to fill society’s need for more information on health related topics. Here’s where we have our top five TV health experts that I’m sure most of you are very familiar with.

Want to be  a TV Medical Expert or TV Health Expert?  Here are a few tips.

1. Be charismatic and well spoken.
2. Be knowledgeable.
3. Have a decent resume.  Dr. Oz is a graduate of Harvard
4. Be yourself. Sanjay Gupta’s best advice was when his wife told him, “when you talk to the camera, pretend that you’re talking to your patients.”
5. Pitch yourself as a radio or print commentator through Contestantville. We’ll submit for you on on your behalf.

Sanjay Gupta - TV Health Expert Celebrity Health Expert #1:  Sanjay Gupta – Over 1, 670,000 Twitter Followers

Most of you are familiar with media personality Sanjay Gupta who has been appearing for years on Sanjay Gupta, M.D., and appearing frequently on American Morning, Larry King Live and Anderson Cooper 360 programs.  His expert coverage of Hurricane Katrina from Charity Hospital in New Orleans, Lousiana earned him a 2006 Emmy Award for “Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast.” In 2003 Gupta went to Iraq to cover the medial aspects of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.  Sanjay Gupta performed emergency surgery on both US soldiers and Iraqi civilians.  He was also offered the job of Surgeon General, but he turned it down.

Dr. Oz - TV Medical ExpertCelebrity Health Expert #2: Dr. Oz – Over 2,950,000 Twitter Followers 

If your doctor has a television, most likely he will have Dr. Oz recorded on his television for all the patients to watch.  Dr. Oz got his start on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2004 and later on Larry King Live.  Dr. Oz started his daily television program, The Dr. Oz Show, in 2009 to focus on personal health and medical issues.  Dr. Oz was ranged 44th on its list of “100 Most Influential People in 2008” by Time magazine.

Dr. Phil - TV Medical ExpertCelebrity Health Expert #3: Dr. Phil – Over 1, 150,000 Twitter Followers

Phil McGraw, more famously known as Dr. Phil, is an American television personality, author, psychologist and host of Dr. Phil which started in 2002.  Dr. Phil graudated in 1975 from Midwestern State University with a BA in psychology and then earned a Masters of Arts in experimental psychology in 1976 and obtained his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of North Texas in 1979.   Dr. Phil formed Peteski Productions in September 2002 and launched his show Dr. Phil, produced by Winfrey’s Harpo Studios.  Each show, Dr. Phil tackles a different topic, offering advice for his guest’s issues.  He got his TV break when he consulted with Oprah during her trial with the beef industry.  She liked him and first put him on as a guest on her show.

Deepak Chopra - TV Health ExpertCelebrity Health Expert #4:  Deepak Chopra – Over 1, 500,000 Twitter Followers

Deepak transitioned into TV appearances by first being a writer. Deepak Chopra has written over 70 books, 21 of which have been New York Times best sellers. Whether you’ve heard of him through television or the news, this health expert offers a holistic view and an alternative medicine approach.  Chopra and David Simon, a neurologist, founded the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.  He also established the Chopra Foundation to further the cause of mind/body spiritual healing, research and education through fundraising.   According to Time magazine, Deepak is “a magnet for criticism,” as his critics accuse him of creating a false sense of hope in sick individuals prompting them to avoid much needed medical care

Dr. Ruth - TV Medical ExpertCelebrity Health Expert #5: Dr. Ruth – Over 74,000 Twitter Followers

Ruth Westheimer is an American sex therapist, media personality, and author who in the 80s ushered in a new age of freer talk about sex on radio and television. In 1939, her family sent the young Ruth to Switzerland to escape the Nazis. Moving to New York in 1956, she worked for Planned Parenthood. A lecture she delivered in 1980 led to a radio talkshow called Sexually Speaking. The show was a hit and after appearances on Late Night with David Letterman in the early 1980s, Westheimer became nationally known as Dr. Ruth.  In 1982, her TV show, Sexually Speaking, first aired as a 15-minute taped show on Lifetime Cable has increased in popularity and has been nationally syndicated.

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Top 5 TV Food Experts

TV & Radio June 26, 2013

In the second of our series on TV experts, we are focusing on FOOD.

If you have ever sat down to watch The Food Network, you are no doubt familiar with the celebrity chefs that continue to appear there time and time again.  Although cooking is something we do in our daily lives, these five chefs have created it into an art form.   From delicious Italian cuisine to 30 minute meals. By watching the food network we immerse ourselves into the world of flavor, into the science of blending spices to create delectable dishes that please the most discerning tastes.  As a foodie for many years and a dedicated Food Network follower, I have come up with my list of top 5 TV food experts.

bobby flay1. Bobby Flay – Over 850,000 Twitter Followers

Bobby Flay has made his appearance as the star of Boy Meets Grill, Grill It!, Food Nation, Hot Off the Grill, The Next Food Network Star, Iron Chef America, The Main Ingredient and Throwdown with Bobby Flay, to name a few.  Bobby Flay has been wowing audiences with amazing dishes that are hot off the grill for years now.  I have fond memories of watching him whip together a delicious guacamole in front of a small intimate group of people, then creating strawberry margauritas to complete the meal!

curtis stone2. Curtis Stone – Over 100,000 Twitter Followers

Curtis Stone, an Australian chef on his series Take Home Chef,  meets people in the grocery store and then helps those people create a meal for their loved ones at home.  Stone takes natural, organic ingredients and creates one of a kind, original dishes.  The appeal comes not only from the creation of amazing dishes but actually showing people how to use ordinary grocery store items to create dishes that wow their friends and family.  Yes, we can all do it too!

rachael ray3. Rachael Ray – Over 975,000 Twitter Followers

Yes, you too can have delicious meals in thirty minutes.  Celebrity chef Rachael Ray has been touting her 30 minute meals for over a decade.  She began with humble beginnings in Upstate New York and became an American television personality, businesswoman, celebrity cook and author.  She hosts the daily talk and lifestyle program Rachael Ray, and three Food Network series, 30 Minute meals, Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels and $40 a Day.  Rachael Ray has also written cookbooks based on the 30 minute meals concept and has launched a magazine, Every Day With Rachael Ray.

mario batali4. Mario Batali – Over 475,000 Twitter Followers

From someone who has watched The Food Network for over a decade, I thought I knew all the celebrity chefs quite well.  They spent a lifetime mastering the art of cooking…or did they?  Mario Batali actually originally attended Rutgers University with a dual major in Spanish Theater and Business Management with the aspirations of being a banker in Spain.  But I guess fate had other plans for him as he began his career as a dishwasher at the New Jersey restaurant Stuff Yer Face and quickly moved up to pizza maker.  It was while making pizza that he realized food was his calling and enrolled in Cordon Bleu in London.  From there, he spent 3 years cooking in a small town in Italy and discovered his passion for Italian food.  Mario creates traditional Italian dishes with seasonal ingredients that are locally available.  Babbo in Greenwich Village, NY is is flagship restaurant.

barefoot contessa5. Ina Garten – Over 35,000 Twitter Followers

If there’s one thing about Ina Garten that I absolutely love, it’s her ability to make you feel completely at home in her kitchen.  Another chef who actually did not start her career in food but rather working in the White House on nuclear energy policy, Ina has created a name for herself as a celebrity chef who prepares home cooked meals for her loving husband Jeffrey Garten, a former offical in the Clinton administration.  Ina creates amazing meals right from her kitchen in the Hampton’s.  She creates delicious meals that can inspire anyone to get into their kitchens and get cooking!

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Top 5 TV Financial Experts

TV & Radio June 14, 2013

Since one of the chief goals of Boomopolis.tv is to get industry experts in the media, over the next few months, we decided to look at some popular categories and see who the Top 10 TV experts are in each category. The categories are going to be Financial, Health, Food, Tech and Legal.  If you’d like to nominate anyone, please let us know in the comments below.  You can also nominate a new category as well. OK, so first up is top 5 TV financial experts.  Here we go.

Top 5 TV Financial Experts (including Business and Money)

financial tv expert1. Suze Orman – 1.5 million Twitter Followers

How can you not like Suze Orman?  She’s brash, to the point, and personable all at the same time. Little known fact is that she was working as a waitress when an anonymous man gave her about $50K to start her business. She was able to pay him back very quickly, and the rest is history. (Wikipedia says it was from friends and family. In an interview, however, she said it was from one man who was her mentor.)

business tv expert2. Jim Cramer – Over 650,000 Twitter Followers

Host of Mad Money on CNBC.  He once got pumelled in an interview by Jon Stewart who got upset that he did not warn the general public when the market was about to crash.  He actually graduated from Harvard College studying journalism at first and finally graduating with a B.A. in government.  He was a hedge fund manager before becoming an author and TV personality.

 

TV financial expert3. Donald Trump – Over 2.2 million Twitter Followers

Love him or hate him, people go to the guy for financial advice – even though his track record is definitely hit and miss.  He probably makes more money in licensing his name than anything else. He demands over 1 million dollars per speech – that’s pretty much the highest of anyone.

 

velshi.ali4. Ali Velshi – Over 150,000 Twitter Followers

CNN seemed to love this guy, until he took the job over at Al Jazeera.  In any case, Ali knows his stuff when it comes to money plus he’s married to a hedge fund manager.

 

business tv expert5. Clark Howard – Over 65,000 Twitter Followers

Helps you save more, spend less and avoid rip-offs. He started in the travel agency business, then sold it, and started to be a radio commentator on travel related issues.  That then led to more appearances and eventually, his own radio show.  He now hosts his own show called Evening Express on HLN

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R.I.P. Dr. Joyce Brothers – The Game Show Contestant Who Became a TV Star

TV & Radio May 15, 2013

Dr. Joyce Brothers Game ShowDr. Joyce Brothers, who died on May 13th is a perfect example of the potential of Boomopolis.tv.

For clarity sake, subject experts are also known as commentators or on-air experts.  They often give feedback on various radio or talk show segments, and even commercials.  Some examples of famous experts would be: Dr. Drew (medical), Nate Berkus (design), James Carville (politicial), Gloria Allred (legal) and of course, Dr. Joyce Brothers herself (in the field of psychology).  Having said that, most experts are not household names and don’t have their own shows.  They simply provide short commentary or appear as one time guests on existing shows. Still, they can get extra publicity for their business (and often paid gigs).

Some examples include a lawyer on Extra discussing her take on the latest celebrity divorce, a technology journalist giving his weekly take on an NPR radio program, a doctor giving a testimonial on a commercial or even a chef cooking a great Christmas dish for a daytime talk show.

However it should be noted that this trend really started with Dr. Joyce Brothers as she was one of the first famous TV experts.  She got her start on a game show as a contestant on The 64,000 Question.  She did so well on that show that the industry took notice.  She eventually was able to parlay that media attention into a career as a media expert in her chosen field of psychology.

Over the years, she became the face of American psychology, playing herself on many television shows. She was a frequent guest on talk shows, and her face was recognizable instantly to millions.

“I invented media psychology,” she was once quoted as telling The Washington Post. “I was the first. The founding mother.” And perhaps she’s right. She was also a pioneer of non-fiction TV.

This is an inspiring story to anyone who’s interested in getting on TV and staying there – by being a subject expert. Nowadays, there are way more opportunities than there were in Dr. Joyce Brothers day, so what are you waiting for?

Welcome to Contestantville.com – Get On Reality TV

TV & Radio March 29, 2013


(Note: Our model has changed a bit since this blog was written. We now focus solely on on- air experts. ) We’re so excited to launch Contestantville.com (now Boomopolis.tv) – a place where real people can become stars and get on reality TV.

I remember being a kid and asking, “Mom, how much do you have to pay to be on TV?” She laughed a bit, and replied, “Well, honey, you actually don’t have to pay anything.  They pay you.” WOW. What a concept, and ever since then, I was hooked – working both in front and behind the camera (and of course, continuing to be a fan).

When I started to think about the potential for Contestantville, I realized it’s really about so much more than contestants.  Over the last decade, real people who are not professional actors have been showing up all over the media – commercials, talk shows, print and of course, reality shows.  With You Tube, the explosion continues.

The purpose of this blog is to explore this unique world but also to kick back and have some fun.  So a few of the topics you might read about here are:

-Interviews with contestants and on/camera experts
-Funny videos from old game shows
-Interesting stories on how people got discovered
-Tips on how to get cast
-Our own take on the world of non-fiction TV

To get you thinking on the many ways non-professionals are used in the media (other than reality and game shows), I’ve included just a few video examples below.   In addition to just doing it for fun, if you’re an expert in anything, it’s a great way to get additional exposure for your business.  Enjoy the clips, and I’ll see you next week.

🙂 Evan


Real Women on a Dove Commercial


A couple profiled on TLC’s “A Baby Story”


Entrepreneurs vying to win thousands of dollars through CNBC’s “Crowd Rules”.


A lawyer being interviewed on a radio talk show.

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