Eric Boehlert was an American media critic and writer. Boehlert was a senior fellow at Media Matters for America for ten years and a staff writer at both Salon and Billboard.
Eric Boehlert worked for quite some time as a senior author for Salon and before that as a contributing supervisor for Rolling Stone.
For a progression of pieces about the radio business in 2001, Boehlert got the 2002 American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers’ Deems Taylor Award for music reporting at Salon.
The Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism was likewise nominated for the series.
Bloggers on the Bus (2009), his latest book, inspects the rising significance of websites in American governmental issues.
It’s a play on the title of Timothy Crouse’s 1973 film The Boys on the Bus, which followed correspondents as they followed official competitors during the 1972 official political race in the United States.
Who Is Eric Boehlert’s Wife, Tracy Breslin?
Eric Boehlert is survived by his pretty wife named Tracy Breslin. Boehlert was married to Tracy Breslin for 29 years and lived in Montclair, New Jersey, about 20 miles outside of New York City.
The couple were married with two adult children; Jane Boehlert and Ben Boehlert.