Zack Kulm

Contributing Writer​

Zack Kulm is a writer and contributor to soda.com. He covers a variety of topics from entertainment and gaming technologies to pop culture commentary. Kulm received a degree in English from Penn State University and Film Studies from Pittsburgh Filmmakers Institute. He also produces award-winning documentaries.

The Latest from Zack Kulm

DAZN Review

DAZN is a video-on-demand streaming service that has found its niche in boxing and mixed martial arts live broadcasting. Even though the streaming service provides coverage of other sports like cricket, darts, and Japanese soccer, as well as exclusive series like its MLB show “Change Up,” DAZN’s bread and butter lies in its fight coverage. ...

Fox Sports GO Review

Fox Sports GO has been around for a significant amount of time, launching back in 2013. Fox Sports Networks originally designed the app as an extension for customers with cable and satellite providers to stream its content. The video streaming service also functions with alternative streaming services like Hulu + Live TV. Following an acquisition ...

Sundance Now Review

Sundance Now Review Like the acclaimed film festival with the same name, Sundance Now is home to documentaries, films, and series that are known for their high-quality and thought-provoking content. It has a stellar catalog of curated international content, and the service is now creating its own Sundance movies, documentaries, and shows. The Sundance Now ...

NFL Game Pass Review

NFL Game Pass Review The National Football League’s video-on-demand streaming service, NFL Game Pass, provides access to all 256 regular-season games as well as preseason and postseason coverage. It elevates the way you watch the game, with multiple on-field camera angles, the ability to pause and replay, and 45-minute, abridged versions of games. Just don’t ...

CBS All Access Review

CBS All Access Review CBS has long been one of the Big Three American broadcast television networks. The network launched its video-on-demand (VOD) streaming service, CBS All Access, in 2014. The CBS All Access app provides live streams of local CBS channels and CBS Sports live — making this a great choice for NFL football ...

Tidal vs. Spotify

Tidal vs. Spotify Tidal is a music streaming company started by musicians Jay Z, Beyoncé, Jack White, Alicia Keys, and Kanye West, along with other popular artists. It not only offers an impressive catalog and HD quality music, but its moral compass is also a noteworthy characteristic of the company. It claims to pay the ...

Spotify vs. Pandora

Spotify vs. Pandora Launched in 2008, Spotify has grown into one of the most popular music streaming companies in the entire world. Its sleek interface and remarkable music discovery features have given it the success it enjoys today. Pandora started with the idea of creating a personalized radio station for each of its subscribers and ...

Apple Music vs. Spotify

Apple Music vs. Spotify Spotify leads the music streaming industry worldwide with over 100 million paid subscribers—248 million, including its free version. Features such as its universal device compatibility, dynamic social sharing options, and industry-defining music discovery tools have added to the provider’s immense popularity. Leading the U.S. market in paid subscribers, Apple Music stands ...

Amazon Music vs. Apple Music

Amazon Music vs. Apple Music Apple Music first hit the scene in 2015, and it quickly expanded into one of the most popular music streaming services worldwide. Able to synchronize to the iCloud and match tracks previously acquired through iTunes, Apple Music effectively streamlines its features across Apple products to provide a cohesive experience for ...