Recent Press Mentions
Cheating hearts are big business on Valentine's Day. In relationships where the thrill is gone, it's far from wine and roses. Instead, many will spend hundreds of dollars on products and services to catch their mates in acts of infidelity. Read Article
8 Dating Mistakes People Over 50 Make
Having trouble finding love? You're not alone! Dating and relationship experts weigh in on the biggest ways we self-sabotage. Read Article
EARLY EXECS SAY A WOMEN-CENTRIC APPROACH WAS KEY. (AND YOU'VE GOT MAILHELPED!) NOW THE COMPANY, WHICH OWNS TINDER, HAS FILED AN IPO. Read Article
It was 1995, and the founder of Match.com was preparing for his first significant TV interview. Communications Director Trish McDermott gave CEO Gary Kremen specific instructions. “Stay away from anything controversial —we’re trying to fight the image that online dating is illegitimate," she said. Read Article
Contact Trish for Dating & Divorce Stories
For more than twenty years Trish McDermott has been a go-to source for journalists and producers developing stories about singles, flirting, dating , love, attraction, compatibility, romance, breaking up, online social etiquette, online dating, dating apps and dating again after breakup, divorce or the death of a spouse.
Trish has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs around the world including: 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Nightline, Lifetime TV, VH1, The Today Show, NPR, BBC Radio, CNN , MSNBC and Fox News. She was part of the "Romance Television Department" for Princess Cruises, talent for Match.com's radio commercials and a frequent commentator on celebrity dating and romance for US magazine.
Trish also knows the business side of the dating industry and has been featured in publications including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Financial Times, Business Insider and The New York Times explaining the online dating category.