Variety, the iconic entertainment industry trade publication, has been nominated for a record-breaking 96 Southern California Journalism Awards, marking a significant milestone in the publication’s storied history.
The awards, which are presented annually by the Los Angeles Press Club, honor outstanding journalism in a range of categories, including investigative reporting, feature writing, and multimedia storytelling. This year’s nominees include a diverse range of journalists and media outlets from across Southern California, with Variety leading the pack with an impressive 96 nominations.
Variety’s nominations span a wide range of categories, including entertainment news, feature writing, investigative reporting, and multimedia storytelling. Among the highlights are nominations for Best Entertainment News Story, Best Investigative Story, Best Feature Story, and Best Multimedia Package.
In addition to its own nominations, Variety’s writers and editors were recognized for their contributions to other publications, including The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times, and The New York Times.
Variety’s success in this year’s awards is a testament to the publication’s continued commitment to excellence in journalism and its status as a leading voice in the entertainment industry. For over a century, Variety has been a trusted source of news, analysis, and insights for the entertainment industry, covering everything from film and television to music and theater.
With its record-breaking nominations this year, Variety is poised to continue its legacy of outstanding journalism, serving as a vital source of information and inspiration for the entertainment industry and beyond. The winners of the Southern California Journalism Awards will be announced at a virtual ceremony on June 27, 2023, with Variety and its staff eagerly anticipating the results.