Pop TV  (2001-2003, TV Program)

Directors: Sean Tiedeman and Scott Krycia

Click here for Pop TV Press: Pop Sensibilities: An in-depth article
(Pulse Weekly Cover Story, March 2003, Monica Ortwein)

Pop TV

Service Electric, Blue Ridge Cable TV, [K] Studios

Director, Editor, Camera Operator, Writer

Pop TV is a Telly Award winning regional music television program. For three seasons, the show aired successfully on Service Electric Cable and Blue Ridge Cable - hitting hundreds of thousands of homes weekly.  Pop TV has had several very special guests appear for exclusive interviews including Vitamin C, BBMak, All-4-One, Dream, Myra, 3 Doors Down, Nine Days, Baha Men, Fuel, Myra, Vanessa Carlton, Vanilla Ice, Eve 6, Dream Street, and actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

In March of 2003 at the height of the program's popularity, the pop show was re-branded and emerged as The Stage TV. The Stage covered many genres of music specifically rock, and ran on cable networks for over ten years.


Pop TV was hosted and produced by Chris Line (School of Rock, WZZO, MTV2). Co-host Tesia Nicoli joined the cast in 2002 and was also a large part of the show's success.