In an era of media saturation, pop culture news has a way of grabbing our attention.
From a celebrity news story to an Australian cricket match, the story is not far from our ears.
The ‘pop music’ news is no different, with news stories about a singer or musician or band playing in the background of a video.
The fact that pop culture is becoming more mainstream and that we have to pay attention to it means we have a vested interest in knowing what it is we’re listening to.
We have to find something to talk about The Irish Media Group, which produces the programme, says it has to find some way to make pop culture a priority.
“Pop culture is not just about music or films but it is about so much more.
There are so many different styles and themes and sub-genres that are played out all over the world.
We need to keep up with them.
It’s a real challenge, and it is something we need to be on top of.”
I’m not sure what we will be able to do if we don’t have pop culture on our radar.
Pop culture has been in the news and people are responding in different ways, whether it is through Facebook or Twitter, or just by looking at the pictures they see of celebrities, or the videos they watch.
I think it’s important to look at what people are doing on the internet.
“The challenge is to keep a consistent view of what is happening in pop culture, because it’s very important.
It can change the world and it can change our lives.”
Pop Culture and the Media is on ABC Radio National on Friday 8 April at 9.30pm and 10.30am.