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Ainsley Andrade is a Freelance Writer working primarily as a TV Critic and Influencer for MediaVillage. Having “cut the cord” back when cords were still a thing, Ainz, as he likes to be called, brings a fresh and diverse perspective to any conversation about television, its many forms, and how it affects the culture. He’s also a member of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, and a founding member of the Vagabond Theatre Company.

Ainsley Andrade is a Freelance Writer working primarily as a TV Critic and Influencer for MediaVillage. Having “cut the cord” back when cords were still a thing, Ainz, as he likes to be called, brings a fresh and diverse perspective to any conversation about television, its many forms, and how it affects the culture. He’s also a member of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, and a founding member of the Vagabond Theatre Company.

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