Nameberry is the expert resources for news, analysis and insights on names. We write stories that are widely distributed and Nameberry creators Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz are quoted in the press on topics ranging from the power of names to influence your career to celebrity name trends.
Contact us for interviews or to be added to our press list at email@example.com. Here is an overview of stories featuring Nameberry.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
The emotional weight of choosing the right name was the subject of another story featuring Nameberry in The New York Times.
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Analyzing name trends is another of our specialties, as in this piece on the rise and fall of the name Michael in The Wall Street Journal.
THE NEW YORKER
Lauren Collins discusses Nameberry in her hilarious essay in The New Yorker on finding the right name for her son.
We are the go-to name experts for The Today Show, which runs our stories on trends and culture. Our research was featured on the home page on July 3, 2017.
People Magazine features our expert analysis of celebrity baby name trends.
Names can have the power to boost your career, we tell British newspaper The Guardian.
We analyze and predict styles in names, for internationally recognized fashion sources such as Vogue.
Nameberry’s stories on names are featured regularly on The Huffington Post.
The international news organization CNN asked Nameberry how pop culture influences name trends.
Yahoo News frequently runs our commentary and research on name trends. Here’s a recent piece on truly unique names.
Leading style website The Cut says: “….delightful moniker site Nameberry has done an incredible job finding creative new angles to examine Social Security data on baby names.”
ABC News is one of the outlets that feature our expertise on name styles and trends.
Couples who choose new surnames for their family
We tell BBC News what happens when your name gets you into trouble.
We were a primary source for a recent story on names chosen by the elite in New York, Los Angeles, and Washington DC, in Hollywood’s leading news outlet, The Hollywood Reporter.
Fashion and baby names is one of our specialties. Here, we comment on George and Amal Clooney’s twins’ names, Ella and Alexander for leading fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar.
BRIT + CO
The lovely website Brit + Co is one of our content partners. Our baby names stories appear weekly on the site.
THE TODAY SHOW
THE TODAY SHOW with Al Roker
CBS EARLY SHOW
Other parenting sites regularly feature our expert insights into name trends and baby naming. Click the site name to see stories featuring Nameberry.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
The new generation of actors are likely to have unusual names
Why hero names are hot.
What’s behind Nicole Kidman’s baby name choice
Angelina Jolie at peace with kids’ names
THE NEW YORK POST
Have celebrity baby names gone too far?
THE TORONTO STAR
Baby-naming rules are deeply personal.
THE UNITED KINGDOM
THE LONDON TIMES
The names that will get your baby into the British upper classes
On royal names – and whether it’s best to be boring
THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE
Where Have All The Lisas Gone? Why names come in and go out of fashion
Slideshow on baby names: an overview of celebrity baby names
The post-9/11 rise of spiritual names
What’s in a name?
Naming the Name Book: our search for the perfect title