The Hollywood Reporter Names Marc Bernardin Senior Editor
6:00 AM PST 1/30/2013 by THR Staff
The veteran journalist joins film reporter Tatiana Siegel, copy chief Jen Hoche and more hires in the magazine's art and photo departments.
Veteran entertainment journalist Marc Bernardin has joined The Hollywood Reporter as a senior editor.
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"Marc is a wonderful editor with an encyclopedic knowledge of pop culture and a very graceful touch," THR editorial director Janice Min said. "His expertise is invaluable as THR continues to grow and expand."
Bernardin spent 13 years at Entertainment Weekly, where he was a senior editor responsible for editing the film reviews, the seasonal preview issues and the annual It List. He has also freelanced for GQ, Wired, Details, Vulture, Empire and io9.com and was a managing editor of Starlog Magazine. Additionally, he served one season on the writing staff of Syfy's Alphas.
"No one is doing the kind of entertainment journalism that THR is -- either in print or online -- and I'm thrilled to be able to play in such a fertile place with such ambitious, enthusiastic people," said Bernardin.
THR also named Jen Hoche copy chief. The former copy chief at Teen Vogue has worked as a freelance copy editor at THR for two years.
Tatiana Siegel joins THR full-time as a film reporter. She had been a contributing editor for film.
Kelsey Stefanson has been named assistant art director and will focus on designing pages for the print magazine and the iPad edition.
Moira Haney has been named photo editor and will be the contact for all photos related to events, parties and credentials for award shows and premieres.
Chelsea Archer has been named associate photo editor.
Natalie Stone has been named photo assistant.
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