Josh Horowitz


Josh Horowitz

For over a decade, Josh Horowitz has been foisting the MTV mic flag into movie stars’ faces, asking questions sacred and profane, substantive and sometimes just plain silly. On this week’s star-studded episode, Josh regales us with his MTV News origin story, plus hilarious tales about hanging out with Meryl Streep, dishing with Leonardo DiCaprio, vacationing with Jason Bateman, rubbing knees with John Travolta, yelling at Chris Pratt, and much, much more.

Christina Garibaldi


Christina Garibaldi

For nearly a decade in the early aughts, On-Air Correspondent Christina Garibaldi lived her teenage dream, hosting numerous Video Music and Movie Award Pre-Show, interviewing everyone from Britney and Selena to Backstreet and ‘NSYNC, and more. This week, Christina remembers Taylor’s first interview, Arianna’s off-camera tears, Avril’s cold pricklies, and dealing with very, um, distracted Justin Bieber.

Ryan Kroft


Ryan Kroft

Ryan Kroft recounts his remarkable rise from Intern to Senior Vice President of Specials & Events across MTV, VH1 & Logo in which he did it all, from Executive Producing dozens of Video Music and Movie Awards Pre-Shows, to live coverage of Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston’s deaths, to shows like “A Conversation With President Obama,” “When I Was 17,” “Detox with Jim Cantiello” and “MTV First.”

Robert Mancini


Robert Mancini

For a hot minute there in the late 90s, Robert Mancini and I were the first two staffers into the MTV News offices every morning. Robert wrote years of daily news articles, on-air briefs, and VMA pre-shows and specials, and ultimately oversaw daily news across all media. Here, Mancini plays straight man to Diamond David Lee Roth, talks golf with Pantera’s Vinnie Paul, gets a private show from Pink Floyd, plus more hilarity featuring Foo Fighters, Ozzy Osbourne, Lemmy, and Chewbacca.

Abbie Kearse


Abbie Kearse

Writer, reporter, and producer, Abbie Kearse, sat down with some of rock and hip-hop’s biggest legends and tackled some of the most important social issues of the day. This week, Abbie recounts interviewing a sleepy Joe Perry, tracking down an errant Rakim, covering Snoop Dogg’s 1995 murder trial, and hanging with Kurt Loder and Mick Jagger.

Michael Alex


Michael Alex

Few MTV News staffers had a run like Michael Alex. From producing “The Week in Rock” and “Choose or Loose,” to launching MTV News Dot Com, Michael did it all. Buckle up and ride shotgun with Michael and Paul McCartney, Kieth Richards, Lou Reed, David Bowie, Paul Simon, Sinéad O’Connor, Bootsy Collins, and many, many more.

John Norris


John Norris

In his more than two-decade tenure, MTV News Correspondent John Norris interviewed everyone from Britney Spears and Janet Jackson to U.S. Senator John McCain and Vice President Al Gore. In this broad, deep, and thoughtful conversation with the self-described “retrophobe,” we trace the arc of his career, hitting the club with Madonna, going to court with Michael Jackson, walking the VMA Red Carpet with Green Day, and much, much more.

Luke Russert


Luke Russert

The journalist and author dives deep into his New York Times Best Seller, “Look For Me There,” in which he recounts a journey that began a few months of travel to decompress, and became a three-year, six-continent odyssey to discover the world, process his grief, and find himself.

Hannah Storm


Hannah Storm

As Founder of Headlines Network, Hannah Storm is at the forefront of creating connections and driving conversations toward improving journalists’ mental health. From her home north of London, Hannah discusses her early career, experience with journalism safety and wellness, and her own healing journey.

LJ Malberg


LJ Malberg

In this wide-ranging conversation, Coach, Community Builder and CoMuse CEO, LJ Malberg and I go deep on cultivating compassion, finding connection, getting uncomfortable, and letting go.

Tracey Quillen Carney & Dr. Julius Mullen Sr.


Tracey Quillen Carney & Dr. Julius Mullen Sr.

Delaware First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney and Trauma Matters Delaware Chairperson Dr. Julius Mullen discuss their pioneering work in recognizing and responding to childhood trauma.

John Faye


John Faye

Singer/songwriter and alt-rock frontman John Faye’s “The Yin and the Yang of It All: Rock’n’Roll Memories from the Cusp,” takes us for a ride into the belly of a dream. In the new memoir, Faye beautifully renders his healing journey from an alienated and grief-stricken teen and major label frontman to a fiftysomething father, mentor and champion of the middle-class musician.