Renee Gold is an entertainment and communications juggernaut with experience in radio, television, print, digital and publicity. She was featured as an entertainment/music contributor in Elle Canada for 12 years, has free-lanced for People, enRoute and Blackbook magazines, and contributed to Spinner.com, Huffington Post Canada, Huffington Post Music Canada and Hello! Canada. She brought her passion for Pop Culture to Canada by creating the magazine Naked Eye in 2007; Canada’s Only Pop Culture Source, acting as Editor in Chief and Creative Director.

Some of her interviews include luminaries AdeleLenny Kravitz, Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, Chuck D, and Robert Downey Jr. She was the only Canadian journalist invited on the set of the Lord of the Rings during filming in New Zealand, has been pulled on stage by the late Prince 3 times in concert, and the late Leonard Cohen tried to fix her up with his son after he was charmed by her interview panache.

Renee Gold’s Work has been Featured in the Following Print & Online Publications

Media Channels

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Television Pop Culture Expert

Radio Channels + Platforms

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Brand Partnerships

You’re in GOOD Company!

The following brands + companies have worked with Renee Gold and The Pop Culture Rainman™

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Currently Renee Gold is working on her 1st book named after a Prince song titled “Pop Life,” and continues to work as a freelance writer and appear on television & radio as a music journalist, pop culture expert and trendspotter.

*She feels awkward about referring to herself in third person and feels she must go now*

Enjoy The Pop Culture Rainman —Pop Culture Content…Rarefied.

Follow Along on Twitter! @PopCultRainman

Follow Along on Instagram! @ReneePopCultureRainman

XOXO,

Renee Gold

8 thoughts on “

  1. This has got to be one of the best ‘About’ pages I’ve ever seen. That has to get a ‘like’. Then the use of the word juggernaut! One of my favorite words that I can never remember, but love it all over again whenever I see it. So I have to follow. Also your a fellow Canadian! Oh! where are my manners, Hi, I’m Tom. 🙂

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