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- Mallory Rubin, a thin woman with long brown hair, is the deputy editor of The Ringer, a news outlet dedicated to pop culture and sports news.
- Rubin is also a regular on the HBO series After the Thrones, a talk show that discusses Game of Thrones episodes.
- She currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with her cat ‘Halo’.
- Although it is not clear which college she attended, she graduated after studying journalism and media, and now holds a Bachelor’s degree.
Early Career & Sports Writing :
- Rubin began small, and interned during college with some local news sources.
- She loved sports, and began to look for outlets that would allow her to write about them often.
- In 2009, Rubin began writing for Sports Illustrated, a sports magazine with over 23 million readers per week. The news outlet is so large that it even has its own TV shows, calendars, and videos associated with it.
- Because of her love of sports, the publication had her report on American football every Saturday in a news column called “Saturday Morning Splurge.”
- Rubin continued to write for Sports Illustrated until 2012.
- In 2014, after freelancing and working for smaller publications, Rubin began writing for Grantland, another sports publication that also reported on pop culture events.
- The website was run by ESPN, and featured multiple writers and podcasts.
- Mallory had her own podcast, as well.
- In 2015, Grantland was shut down by ESPN due to a low viewership & some controversy with a profile published in 2014 that faced significant backlash from the transgender community.
TV Career, Job, Salary & Net worth :
- In 2016, Mallory used her experience with Grantland podcasts to begin her career on TV.
- She began appearing as a recurring guest on After the Throne, which discussed theories and events that occurred in the most recent Game of Thrones episode.
- Rubin wrote extensively about the series in many of her pop culture articles, and quickly became an insightful guest on the talk show.
- She also went on to co-produce an episode of the show.
- On July 26, 2017, Rubin officially joined The Ringer with her podcast “Binge Mode.” The publication, which focuses on both sports and pop culture, liked that Rubin could move fluidly between the two topics.
- She currently works as the deputy editor & has a podcast with co-worker Jason Concepcion. Together, the two talk about the latest TV shows and movies and the kinds of theories behind them.
- Most recently, she’s tackled the topics of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Black Mirror season 4, and Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water.