Dalton Ross, Assistant Managing EditorDalton Ross joined Entertainment Weekly in 1999 as a writer for the Television section. On his ascent to Assistant Managing Editor, he has written EW’s “What to Watch,” a day-to-day guide to notable TV programs, “The Hit List” and the back page column "The Glutton." Ross has also served as a TV expert on CBS This Morning, NBC’s TODAY Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, The View, CNBC, MTV, ESPN, VH1, Bravo, AMC, Fox 5 and CBS.com. He is a self-confessed reality TV junkie and he TiVo’s sporting events when he’s not writing.
Jessica Shaw, Senior WriterJessica Shaw has been covering television, movies and style for Entertainment Weekly since 1993. She writes the “What to Watch” section of the magazine, recommending shows to TV fans each week. She also writes the weekly “Shaw Report” column in which she designates what pop culture is in, what’s five minutes ago and what’s out. Shaw has appeared on NBC’s TODAY, ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, CNN’s American Morning, PrimeTime Live, 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood and countless VH-1 and E! shows.
Larry Flick | email
As a super-shy geek growing up in the Bronx, NY, Larry Flick had dreams of the big-time rock ‘n’ roll life. With a little bit of courage and a big sense of humor, he went out on the road as a touring assistant to the Power Station and KISS during their '80s heyday, later becoming a taste-making journalist and senior editor for Billboard. Along the way, he's also worked as a music consultant for Prince.
Kyle Anderson has been on the air on Entertainment Weekly Radio since its inception in 2013. In the 15 years he has spent writing about pop culture, he has interviewed two dozen Oscar winners, visited the sets of 16 TV shows, attended seven Lollapaloozas, wept over three separate World Series, and wrote one book (Accidental Revolution: The Story of Grunge). His work has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, FHM, and Spin Magazine, and he has appeared analyzing culture on CBS, Fox News, CNN, VH1, and MTV.
Julia Cunningham | email
Julia Cunningham is the host of a West Coast based pop culture driven show called LA Daily. Previously, she hosted a daily 3 hour pop culture driven show called News & Notes on Entertainment Weekly Radio for which she won a Gracie Award as best host in the entertainment category. In addition to LA Daily, Julia is the morning DJ for the indie rock music channel, SiriusXM U. Find her on twitter @juliacunningham