Celeb Secrets is a digital organization specializing in entertainment. The media outlet covers breaking news in verticals such as culture, celebrity, politics, sports, music, movies, television, fashion, and lifestyle, making it a one-stop shop for its teen and young adult readers. The organization also has a website specifically catered to Country news titled Celeb Secrets Country.
Created by Juliet Schroder in 2010 at the age of fifteen, the organization has become one of the fastest rising media outlets in its niche, making the homemade project become a bi-coastal business that’s had representation at high-profile media events including the Golden Globes, AMAs, ACM Awards, X Games, New York Fashion Week, iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour and Music Festival(s), Coachella, and more. The organization boasts over 100K social media followers and 35M video views on its YouTube Channel, CelebSecretsTV.
The organization is a springboard for any individual that has a passion for a career in the entertainment industry. Showcasing a team of talented students and recent graduates, each member receives a true “hands on” experience that puts them ahead of their peers. Celeb Secrets’ network in verticals across all forms of entertainment make their team of contributors not only well-rounded, but prepared to tackle any type of assignment given to them throughout their professional journey.
Schroder splits her time between New York and Los Angeles and has a B.S. in Marketing from St. John’s University, New York.
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