The Hollywood Reporter, a leading entertainment industry publication, has been nominated for an impressive 46 awards at the upcoming Southern California Journalism Awards. The nominations include recognition for the website as a whole, as well as individual pieces of reporting and cover art.
The Southern California Journalism Awards are presented by the Los Angeles Press Club, and aim to honor the best in journalism across the region. The Hollywood Reporter has a long history of success at the awards, having won multiple times in various categories.
This year’s nominations cover a wide range of topics, including film, television, music, and politics. One notable nomination is for a feature story on the making of the hit TV show “Ted Lasso,” which has received critical acclaim for its positive portrayal of a football coach in the UK.
Other nominations recognize The Hollywood Reporter’s reporting on the #MeToo movement in Hollywood, as well as coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the entertainment industry. The publication’s in-depth reporting on the ongoing legal battle between Scarlett Johansson and Disney over the release of “Black Widow” also earned a nomination.
In addition to these individual awards, The Hollywood Reporter is also nominated for Best Website, recognizing the publication’s overall commitment to excellence in journalism.
Overall, these nominations serve as a testament to the talent and dedication of The Hollywood Reporter’s staff, as well as the publication’s commitment to providing comprehensive and insightful coverage of the entertainment industry. The winners of the Southern California Journalism Awards will be announced at a ceremony in August, and The Hollywood Reporter will undoubtedly be among the front-runners in many categories.