Bronson has written the annual television specials The American Music Awards and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. His other TV writing credits include George Strait: The Academy of Country Music’s Artist of the Decade All-Star Concert, Brooks & Dunn’s The Last Rodeo, Girls’ Night Out: The Superstar Women of Country Music, ACM Presents: Lionel Richie & Friends In Concert, Tim McGraw’s Superstar Summer Night, ACM Presents: An All-Star Salute to the Troops, ACM Presents: Superstar Duets, The 40th Anniversary of the Academy of Country Music Awards, ACM Honors, Motown 45, The Disco Ball, Live Aid, the syndicated TV series Your Big Break, two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and an episode of the animated Star Trek series. He has written the annual six-hour live holiday special for the PBS station in Los Angeles and the Spotlight Awards hosted by John Lithgow. He was head writer on NBC-TV’s fund-raising special, Tsunami Aid, and co-producer of the Ovation TV music performance series, Notes from the Road.
He has been interviewed many times on CNN, the BBC, VH1 and the Biography channel as well as many other broadcast and cable networks around the world, including news programs in Japan, Portugal, Malta and Romania.
For SiriusXM Radio, he has interviewed Paul McCartney, Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus from ABBA and the cast of the Mamma Mia! motion picture.
He has programmed music channels for United Airlines and hosted his own internet radio series, Fred Bronson’s Pop Goes the World. With Dick Clark, he wrote the weekly comic strip, Dick Clark’s Rock, Roll ’n’ Remember. Bronson also writes for Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety and has interviewed many musicians for those publications, including Keith Urban, Lionel Richie, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, Pat Benatar, Ulf from Ace of Base, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Lamont Dozier, Peggy March, Luke Bryan, Per Gessle of Roxette, Gretchen Christopher of the Fleetwoods, Mariah Carey and many, many others.