I'm Tiffany Taylor and I make content for pop culture lovers. I'm a host, writer and producer living in Los Angeles, with a variety of experience working in digital media and television. I'm also an avid music, TV and movie fan who's an expert on all things entertainment! As a serious Swiftie who's obsessed with social media, I've gained a reputation as someone fans can trust.


Need an experienced on-air host? A writer? A content creator? I can help! I have extensive experience in entertainment journalism, as well as branded digital content creation.

I'm currently a Host/Writer/Producer for The Hollywood Reporter’s daily video series The Hollywood Reporter News. The Hollywood Reporter is the premier destination and most widely trusted resource for entertainment news. I received a 2018 LA Press Club National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Award nomination for my work at THR. I’ve also appeared as a host for our sister news outlet, Billboard.


Previously, I worked as a host for Clevver News, hosting and writing entertainment news videos for an audience of over 3 million subscribers.

However, I'm not just a host! I also have a variety of experience in writing and content creation. I've worked with Dick Clark Productions as a digital copywriter for the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards and Hollywood Film Awards. I’ve also hosted the Streamy Awards red carpet for Dick Clark Productions, as well as numerous social videos promoting DCP’s various productions, including the Golden Globes. Plus, I've worked as writer and producer for WME/IMG on the Miss USA and Miss Universe branded CHI Lounge live streams. 

But before all that, I turned one of my first internships into my very first job! I worked as a host, writer and producer at Cambio.com, AOL’s entertainment news website for millennial girls, for nearly four years. At Cambio.com, I did a little bit of everything! I hosted and produced interviews, covered red carpet events, wrote news articles and even helped manage social media. 

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I graduated from the University of Southern California, where I majored in Broadcast & Digital Journalism and minored in Cinematic Arts. During my time at USC, I took advantage of all the on-camera and television production opportunities my school had to offer (and created a few of my own).

On campus, I was the host and executive producer of an entertainment news program, The Scoop, and the host of an evening talk show, CU@USC, on USC Trojan Vision Television. I was also a news anchor, reporter and web supervisor for USC's Annenberg TV News, where I covered local Los Angeles stories. Additionally, I was a host for mtvU, MTV’s University Channel, reporting on "Campus Dispatch" stories. 

I haven't always lived in LA. I grew up in Omaha, Nebraska. So, I held multiple internships in television, radio and digital media in both Los Angeles and Omaha during college. I interned with Entertainment Tonight at CBS Television DistributionMTV News, AOL/Cambio.com, KMTV (CBS) and NRG Media's Q 98.5 FM.

Growing up, I performed in numerous musicals and plays, and even appeared with theater troupe Camp Broadway twice in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. I was also a competitive dancer and public speaker. I participated in my first speech competition at age seven and joined my school speech team in seventh grade. This led me to become the anchor of my high school morning news show and pushed me toward a career in broadcast. Plus, I was a major Jonas Brothers fan who loved watching the Disney Channel. I've always been passionate about music, television and all things entertainment! I feel like I'm doing what I was born to do.

A little bit more about me...

I love going to concerts of my favorite musicians and bands! I'm also obsessed with live-tweeting and a few of my favorite television shows are The Middle, How to Get Away with Murder and Law & Order: SVU. Plus, I love kids! I spend my Sunday mornings working at a church childcare center. My ultimate goal in everything I do is to be a positive role model for young girls and inspire them to believe anything is possible. P.S. Tiffany Taylor is my real name. Shout out to my parents!