Reporter + Writer + Personality = Pure Entertainment
Holding court at the intersection of pop culture and politics
Everyday I have the privilege to talk about the entertainment industry on Sirius XM Fox News Headlines and Fox News. In my free time, I write and Podcast or Vodcast about the same, only I mix it with Politics. Chances are you will connect with me either in your car, on your phone or laptop. Here you will find me digging deeper into the stories of the day adding my own brand of humor and sensibilities to an already crazy world. Glad you stopped by to say hi. Connect with me on social media and stay awhile won't you...
Michelle Pollino is an entertainment reporter for Fox News and Sirius XM Fox News Headlines. Her career was launched while in college at SDSU, when she got a part time gig as a traffic reporter. However, her hometown Philadelphia beckoned, and she returned to become a morning show co host and news person. Reporter and anchor spots at CBS and NPR radio followed. Film and TV, were a passion but soon became a vocation when Pollino then ventured behind the camera to produce for WYBE TV Philadelphia, where she earned an Emmy nomination. Not stopping there, she jumped into reality television, producing and directing more than 250 episodes of both network and cable reality television for NBC, Showtime, TLC, Fox, CBS, A&E, Logo and IFC. Successful shows included Trading Spaces, Ambush Makeover, Searching For and Selling Spelling Mansion.
In the mid 2000’s she dove into filmmaking, directing and producing. She produced three features, including G.B.F starring Megan Mullally and Natasha Lyonne and the indie family feature Mayor Cupcake, which stars Lea Thompson and Judd Nelson.
It was at FOX in 2013 were she combined her two loves, the entertainment industry and news and is now a critic and entertainment reporter for FOX radio and writes for dot com.
On her time off she has written and directed three award winning short films. She is currently working on a book about politics and the entertainment industry