Journalist, Interviewer, and Digital Media Consultant in Vancouver, BC
Creator and host of the Starting Overdrive podcast.
- Interviewed over a thousand names in the entertainment industry, including Hugh Jackman, Jeff Bridges, Paul Newman, Betty White, Jessica Alba, Halle Berry, Mel Gibson, Eva Longoria, Ann-Margret, Jeremy Irons, Ridley Scott, Roy Disney, Keith Urban, Steven Tyler, John Grisham, Joe Rogan, Adam Carolla, and many more.
- Created the first standalone popular mainstream television entertainment website on the Internet.
- Created and managed one of the first remote working content publishing teams in the online entertainment industry.
- Was one of the online entertainment industry's top journalists, publishers, and managing editors.
One of the founding pioneers of the online entertainment industry, Reg continues to work at the highest level of the web.
In 1995, Reg began his career as an online entertainment journalist at a tiny unknown website called Movie M while also serving as a video game tester at Electronic Arts.
In 1997, Reg joined the groundbreaking movie news website Corona's Coming Attractions where his stories were regularly picked up by some of the world's leading print publications.
While at Coming Attractions, Reg co-founded Corona's Test Pattern, the first popular mainstream television website on the Internet.
In 2003, Reg went on to co-found the groundbreaking Screenwriter's Voice before becoming movies, television, and DVD editor of UGO.com in NYC.
In 2005, Reg founded leading entertainment outlet TheDeadbolt.com.
Throughout his career, Reg has worked with such top movie studios as Paramount Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, Universal Pictures, DreamWorks, New Line Cinema, MGM plus such top television networks as NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, A&E, HBO, AMC, History, MTV, and more.
Reg has interviewed over a thousand top names in entertainment, business, and beyond.
From 2005 to 2007, while managing three major New York based entertainment channels, Reg's content direction was instrumental in the multi-million dollar sale of UGO.com to The Hearst Corporation.
In 2010, Reg was among a handful of professionals to contribute expertise and knowledge to The Economist Facebook page for special feature about the future of television.
Reg has managed entertainment networks in NYC and Los Angeles, managed large and small staff, consulted with and for filmmakers, conducted his own seminar at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and has coordinated staffing for major events around the world.