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The Hollywood Reporter Nominated for 46 National A&E Journalism Awards, Including Best Entertainment Publication and Best Website

The Hollywood Reporter Nominated for 46 National A&E Journalism Awards, Including Best Entertainment Publication and Best Website

The Hollywood Reporter has landed 46 nominations for the 16h National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards, including best entertainment publication and best website.

In addition, Rebecca Keegan was nominated for print journalist of the year, Katie Kilkenny online journalist of the year, Daniel Fienberg for best television critic and Mesfin Fekadu for best online columnist.

In the celebrity investigation category, Kim Masters was nominate for her exposé “What Really Happened With Fred Savage on the Wonder Years” and Lacey Rose and Katie Kilkenny for their industry shaking story “Inside the Implosion of Justin Roiland’s Animation Empire.”

Two THR stories were nominated in the entertainment industry/arts investigative category, with Gary Baum nominated for “How Les Moonves and His CBS Loyalists Worked to Discredit Accuser: ‘It Was Sort of a Mafia Culture’”; and Samuel Braslow and Kim Masters nominated for “‘Hiding in Plain Sight’: After Being Fired From ‘Scrubs’ for Misconduct, Alleged Rapist Eric Weinberg Kept Working.”

Two THR blogs are up for best entertainment blog: The Live Feed (by Goldberg, Rick Porter, James Hibberd and Jackie Strause) and Heat Vision (Aaron Couch). Ryan Fish, Anaja Smith, Lesley Goldberg, Katie Kilkenny, Tiffany Taylor and Caitlin Huston were nominated for best journalistic use of social media to tell or enhance a story for our coverage of the Hollywood strikes.

THR landed nominations in various other categories, including multimedia package, celebrity investigative, film and TV features and social media. The awards are handed out annually by the Los Angeles Press Club.

A list of THR’s nominees follows. The full list of finalists can be found here.

Entertainment Publication
The Hollywood Reporter for “Harrison Ford cover, Oscars issue, Taylor Sheridan cover”

Entertainment Website
THR.com

Entertainment Blog, Organizational
Aaron Couch, Borys Kit for “Heat Vision”
Lesley Goldberg, Rick Porter, Jackie Strause and James Hibberd for “Live Feed”

Journalist of the Year — Print
Rebecca Keegan

Journalist of the Year — Online
Katie Kilkenny

Critic — TV
Daniel Fienberg

Celebrity Investigative
Kim Masters for “What Really Happened With Fred Savage on the Wonder Years”
Lacey Rose and Katie Kilkenny for “Inside the Implosion of Justin Roiland’s Animation Empire”

Print/Online — Business, Film Related
Mia Galuppo and Katie Kilkenny for “Inside the Documentary Cash Grab”

Print/Online — Business, TV/Streaming Related
Lacey Rose, Kim Masters and Alex Weprin for “When David Zaslav Is Your Boss: 20-Plus Insiders on His Exacting Standards (and Those 6:30 a.m. Calls)”

Print/Online — Entertainment Industry/Arts Investigative
Gary Baum for “How Les Moonves and His CBS Loyalists Worked to Discredit Accuser: ‘It Was Sort of a Mafia Culture’”
Samuel Braslow and Kim Masters for “‘Hiding in Plain Sight’: After Being Fired From ‘Scrubs’ for Misconduct, Alleged Rapist Eric Weinberg Kept Working”

Print/Online — Obituary/In Appreciation, TV/Film Personalities
Lovia Gyarkye for “Critic’s Notebook: Behind Harry Belafonte’s Artistry and Activism Was a Lonely Kid Longing for Connection”

Print —Newspapers or Magazines — Diversity in the Entertainment Industry
Mia Galuppo for “Years After Becoming the First Black Director to Win an Oscar, Roger Ross Williams Says Hollywood’s Finally Calling”

Print —Newspapers or Magazines — Film Personality Profile – Under 2,500 Words
Rebecca Keegan for “Harvey Weinstein’s ‘Jane Doe 1’ Victim Reveals Identity: ‘I’m Tired of Hiding’”

Print —Newspapers or Magazines — Film Personality Profile – Over 2,500 Words
Seth Abramovitch for “Mo’Nique Makes Peace (Mostly)”
Rebecca Keegan for “Ben Affleck on ‘Air,’ New CEO Gig and Those Memes: ‘I Am Who I Am’”

Print —Newspapers or Magazines — Film Industry Feature – Over 1,000 Words
Gary Baum for “Better Call Brad: Hollywood’s Secret Problem Solver Speaks”
Scott Feinberg for “An Oral History of the Epic ‘Titanic’ Oscars at 25”
Rebecca Keegan for “She Wrote the Memo That Helped Take Down Harvey Weinstein. She’s Finally Ready to Talk.”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — TV/Film Industry Feature Under 1,000 Words
Ryan Gajewski for “Disney Creators Vent Over Disappearing Film and TV Shows On Streaming”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Celebrity Feature
Chris Gardner for “Red Carpet Revelations: Don’t Outshine the Star and Other Unwritten Hollywood Rules”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Commentary Analysis/Trend, Film/TV
Daniel Fienberg for “Critic’s Notebook: Capitalism and TV Today, a Love/Hate Story”
Rebecca Sun for “What Michelle Yeoh Taught Me About Motherhood”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Commentary Analysis/Trend, Other Arts
Ashley Cullins for “That Was My Idea! How Hollywood Is Avoiding Story Theft Claims”

Online — Soft News, TV/Streaming
Lesley Goldberg for “From ‘Pawn Stars’ to Sports Card Collectibles: Inside the Rebirth of Transactional TV”

Online — Soft News, Film
Ryan Gajewski for “‘Enchanted’ Director on Not Getting to Return for Sequel: ‘It Was a Very, Very Sad Turn’”

Online — Soft News, Arts
Mesfin Fekadu for “Blue Ivy Carter Dance Cameo on Renaissance Tour Powers Streams for Beyoncé’s ‘My Power’”

Online — Diversity in the TV/Streaming Industry
Christy Piña for “‘We Don’t All Fit Neatly Inside a Box’: How Latin Execs Across Studios Are Fighting for More Representation”

Online — Diversity in the Music/Performing Arts Industry
Abbey White for “‘Dark Disabled Stories’ Invites Audiences to an Experiment in Unapologetically Accessible Theater”

Online — Personality Profile, Film Personalities
Alex Ritman for “Daniel Radcliffe on Going ‘Weird’ in His Post-Potter Career, Picking Roles ‘On the Basis of What Seems Fun’”

Online — Film Feature, Actor Related
Seth Abramovitch for “Mo’Nique Makes Peace (Mostly)”

Online — Columnist
Mesfin Fekadu

Online — Commentary Analysis/Trend, TV
Abbey White for “How Comics Creators and LGBTQ Inclusion Are Fueling TV Animation’s Young Adult Genre”

Social Media — Best Journalistic use of Social Media to Tell or Enhance a Story
Ryan Fish, Anaja Smith, Lesley Goldberg, Katie Kilkenney, Tiffany Taylor and Caitlin Huston for “Hollywood Strike Coverage”

Radio/Podcasts — Best Arts or Entertainment Regular Podcast
Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg for “TV’s Top 5”

Multimedia Package
THR Staff for “The Sustainability Issue”

Headline
Ryan Gajewski for “Hollywood Flashback: In 1989, Nicolas Cage Stuck His Neck Out for Vampire’s Kiss”

Portrait Photo, Film/TV
Ash Barhamand, Peter B. Cury, Christian Cody for “Lupita Nyong’o”

Feature Photo
Ash Barhamand, Peter B. Cury, Niki Boon for “All In On Avatar: James Cameron”

Illustration
Peter B. Cury, Becki Gill for “The Implosion of Justin Roiland’s Animation Empire”

Animation/Moving Graphic
Ash Barhamand, Kelsey Stefanson, Peter B. Cury, Jason Rovou, David Rowe for “The Future According to Extrapolations: THR Sustainability Issue”
Naomy Pedroza for “Brad Pitt and the Bizarre Charity Mess That’s Left Katrina Victims Stranded Again”
Kelsey Stefanson for “How Marilyn Monroe Was Misunderstood Then & Now”

Cover Art
Ava Selbach, Ash Barhamand, Peter B. Cury, Kanya Iwana for “A Little Drama for Ali Wong”

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