Peter Soldinger

Peter Soldinger

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Peter Soldinger is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter for film and television with a passion for sports and a contentious relationship with all the technology that makes both pursuits possible. He thinks that relationship is amusing and wants you to read about it. If you've gotten this far, he was right. Soldinger is a rabid Yankees, Knicks, and Giants fan and still believes the "rom-com" is a viable genre of film.

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Home Theater

Couch Bound: Our weekly guide to the latest streaming movies, TV shows, and music

Every week, highly anticipated and totally unexpected gems appear on the major streaming services. We’re paying attention so you don’t have to.
Home Theater

Couch Bound: Our weekly guide to the latest streaming movies, TV shows, and music

Every week, highly anticipated and totally unexpected gems appear on the major streaming services. We’re paying attention so you don’t have to.
Opinion

Eminem and Arcade Fire headline the first YouTube Music Awards … but don’t hold that against them

The first YouTube Music Awards show assembled an amazing showcase of talent, including Jason Schwartzman, Reggie Watts, Arcade Fire, Eminem, and Lady Gaga. And it was a total disaster.
Opinion

If YouTube is throwing a Music Awards show, we’re gonna handicap it

On Sunday, YouTube will broadcast its first Music Awards show, and now that the nominees have been made public and the voting begun, we took a hard look at who’s going to win.
Smart Home

Why fly to food when food can fly to you? Goldbely slings regional favorites online

Goldbely satiates displaced Americans by delivering regional favorites from home, flash frozen and delivered to your door. But how do you reheat a Philly cheesesteak?
Web

Hey YouTube! See how MTV did their music awards? Don’t do that…

There was a time when MTV's VMA's were an entertaining celebration of music. As YouTube prepares to launch their own show, here's hoping it looks backward instead of foreword.