TMZ may refer to:

  • TMZ (website), a website featuring celebrity and entertainment news
    • TMZ on TV, its companion television series
  • TMZ (motorcycle), a Soviet motorcycle manufacturer
  • "TMZ" (song), a song by "Weird Al" Yankovic from Alpocalypse
  • Thirty Mile Zone or studio zone, a zone in and around Hollywood, California
  • Thames Aerodrome, an airport in New Zealand

Other articles related to "tmz":

Aaron Schock - Media Appearances
... Schock has been frequently targeted by reporters since his arrival in Washington ... "People who watch TMZ or different mediums don't expect to see their congressman on such a show," he said ... Stephen Colbert – making fun of the TMZ reports – "grilled" Schock about his "six-pack abs" ...
TMZ (website) - Background
... Since 2005, has signed Revlon, Chrysler, Hilton Hotels and New Line Cinema as charter advertisers to their Web site ... The New York Times cited as "one of the most successful online ventures of the last few years." In October 2008, the New York Times reported that, at the time, was receiving ... ranked as the five-hundred-fifth most trafficked website worldwide and as the one hundred-fifty-fifth most trafficked website in the ...
... TMZ on TV, or simply TMZ and TMZTV, is an American syndicated entertainment and gossip news television show that premiered on September 10, 2007 ... a television version of its sister operation,, a news website with a heavy emphasis on gossip of celebrities' personal lives, which debuted in December 2005 ... TMZ is an insider term ("thirty-mile zone" or studio zone) referring to the movie studio area of downtown Hollywood ...
TMZ On TV - Parodies
2009, 3rd Degree Films released a pornographic film based on TMZ called TM Sleaze ... The season one episode "Robarazzi" of the Nickelodeon series Victorious, features a parody of TMZ on TV ... the episode are scenes that parody the morning staff meeting seen in every TMZ on TV episode, including a teen character parodying TMZ clip ...
Brian Kehoe - Biography - Modeling Career
... could also be seen in a humorous commercial for gossip website TMZ's TV show in which a number of people thank TMZ for teaching them unethical behavior ... Kehoe can be seen saying, "Thanks to TMZ, I learned that dating a celebrity is the only way I'll be a celebrity!" ...