Tim Lammers

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Location
Minneapolis, MN
School
Minnesota State University, Brown College
Expertise
Movies (interview Features And Reviews), TV/Streaming (interview Features And Reviews)
  • For online, print, magazines, radio and television, Tim has conducted more than 2,000 interviews throughout his career with several of the biggest names in the film and television industry.
  • Part of his experience was as the national entertainment news editor for 10 years for the Internet Broadcasting Network (which was eventually acquired by Nexstar Broadcasting), an online platform that at its peak provided written and video content to more than 70 network television affiliates across the United States including sites for ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and The CW).
  • For the past seven years, Tim has reviewed films for major market radio in Minneapolis -- including two top 10 stations in the market -- as well as three stations in outstate Minnesota and two major podcasts based in Minneapolis. Also, for eight years he appeared weekly as a film critic for the NBC-TV affiliate station in Minneapolis.

Experience

Tim Lammers is a veteran entertainment reporter who has written for dozens of network television affiliate websites and major entertainment outlets since 1999. As a movie reporter, he has done more than 2,000 interviews with some of the biggest names in the film and television industry, including Meryl Streep, Morgan Freeman, Harrison Ford, Halle Berry, Keanu Reeves, Robert De Niro, Salma Hayek, and Charlize Theron; and filmmakers including Francis Ford Coppola, Tim Burton, James Cameron and Christopher Nolan, and Ridley Scott. Tim is also a syndicated movie and streaming reviewer on various radio outlets, and is the author of the ebook “Direct Conversations: The Animated Films of Tim Burton (Foreword by Tim Burton),” and is currently working on a second edition of the book. In the fall of 2020, Tim began contributing to Looper as a feature writer and interviewer.

Education

While Tim has two Bachelor of Science degrees, he made a decision to go back to school and get into broadcasting and writing three years after his first job out of college. Since then, he has worked in all facets of media, including print, online, magazines, radio and television.
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