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In addition to writing hundreds of stories for print and web outlets including Forbes, Sports Illustrated and The Washington Post, Zack has appeared frequently on television, radio and in print to talk about his books, stories and thoughts on the business of media and entertainment. Below is a sampling of his appearances, ranging from showbiz commentary to reviews of his books to profiles of Zack himself.

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BBC: “The Business of Being Lady Gaga
Bloomberg: “Jay-Z Gives Money Tips
Financial Times: “Rapping And Rolling In It
MTV: “Jay-Z, Diddy, Kanye West Top FORBES Hip-Hop List
New York Times: “What Happened To The Jay-Z Jeep? “Zack O’Malley Greenburg Is All About The Benjamins
Reuters: “Hip-Hop Stars Diversifying To Stay Rich
Wall Street Journal: “Book Review: ‘Michael Jackson, Inc.’


APM (Marketplace): “Michael Jackson: The Businessman Behind The Musician
NPR (All Things Considered): “The Fringe Benefits Of Bruno Mars’ Free Super Bowl Gig
WNYC (Soundcheck): “The Two-Sided Business of Michael Jackson


CBS This Morning: Whose paydays are soaring and which megastars are plummeting down the list? Forbes Senior editor Zack O'Malley Greenburg reveals the annual Celebrity 100 list.

60 Minutes: Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte and Michael Jackson biographer Zack O'Malley Greenburg discuss the King of Pop's legacy.

Forbes senior editor (and former child actor) Zack O'Malley Greenburg reflects on a pivotal casting session that had a chance -- albeit a snowball's chance in Tatooine -- to change the course of cinema history.

Last week we sat down with the man behind Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Kings list, Zack O'Malley Greenburg. In our interview we talk about how he fell in love with hip-hop and how the list got started.

Forbes editor Zack O'Malley Greenburg takes the stage with hip-hop's top earner to discuss his entrepreneurial vision and future plans, while fielding questions from the audience via Twitter.