TrekMovie.com was launched July 15th 2006 (as The Trek XI Report), the same day it was announced that JJ Abrams had finalized a 5-year deal with Paramount Pictures including a new Star Trek film as his first project. Since then, news of Trek’s return to the worlds of television, comics, and video games made it clear that the Trek franchise is ‘coming back’. The site’s vision is to bring the latest and most accurate news and information about Star Trek to the fans.
TrekMovie.com has established a reputation for scooping the big Trek news, and is regularly cited as a source by sites like Aint It Cool News, Slashdot, Fark, Cinematical, TV Squad, SciFiWire, Dark Horizons, Yahoo Movies, on the cable network G4TV, local TV stations and in the The Wall Street Journal. TrekMovie.com has grown by bringing on a diverse range of editors and contributors, all of whom are respected experts covering different areas of the Star Trek franchise. TrekMovie is one of the most trafficked Star Trek news sites and continues to grow.
About The Shuttle Pod Podcast
Once upon a time, two crewmembers aboard the USS TrekMovie wondered… they wondered whether or not people on the internet would be interested in hearing their thoughts and commentary about Star Trek. And, so, in 2015, Brian and Jared launched the Shuttle Pod, an offshoot journey of the USS TrekMovie to explore strange new episodes of Trek, dive deep into the history of the franchise, and generally just talk Trek fan to fan.
The inaugural episode covered a subject near and dear to their hearts: Star Trek: The Motion Picture From there, and with the addition of crewmembers Kayla and later Matt, the Shuttle Pod warped its way through dozens of episodes covering everything from deep dives into episodes, exploring the weirdest corners of the Trek franchise, news, conventions, games, science, and more, garnering loyal listeners along the way. Our Shuttle Pod gallantly navigates a galaxy of wonders (and sometimes of space garbage), and, along with the rest of the Star Trek podcast community, charts a course that any Trek fan can enjoy.
So, we invite you to come along with us! She may be a small ship, she’s only a Shuttle Pod after all, but she is sturdy, dependable, and a whole lot of fun.
Follow the adventures of the Shuttle Pod.
|To contact the editorial staff:||editors [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Anthony Pascale||Founder and Owner, Executive Editor||tonyp [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Kayla Iacovino||Editor-in-Chief||kayla [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Matt Wright||Senior Editor / Home-Video Reviewer||matt [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Brian Drew||Senior Editor||brian [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
||Senior Editor / Copy Editor||laurie [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Jared Whitley||Staff Writer||jared [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|John Duchak||Staff Writer||john [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Joe Andosca||Comics Contributor||joe [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Michael Nguyen||Conventions & Costuming Correspondent|
|Christine Rideout||Social Media Manager||starfleetmom [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Andrew Britton||Photographer||andy [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Amy Imhoff||Aaron Harvey||Jeremy Pike|
|Alfredo Ruanova||Denes House|
|Aaron Harvey||aaron [AT] trekmovie [DOT] com|
|Paul “Spockboy” Sibbald|
|Shuttle Pod podcast crew|
|Brian Drew||Jared Whitley||Kayla Iacovino|