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The Hollywood Reporter has a new Asia editor and several new writers and has opened offices in Beijing and Hong Kong to support its expanding coverage of the region (HR 5/23).
Beijing bureau chief Jonathan Landreth has been promoted to Asia editor by Eric Mika, senior vp and publishing director at The Reporter. Landreth established The Reporter’s first bureau in China in March 2005.
“This is a milestone in The Hollywood Reporter’s expansion in Asia,” Mika said. “Jonathan is the ideal candidate to lead our strong team of writers in the drive to illuminate and analyze the fastest-growing media and entertainment markets in the world.”
Landreth will add to his regular coverage of China’s growing media and entertainment market the coordination of The Reporter’s 10 reporters and reviewers in Asia. He reports to Mika and to The Reporter’s international editor Steve Brennan.
Landreth will continue to work closely with the business data and information companies owned by THR parent the Nielsen Co.
Meanwhile, Saul Symonds in Hong Kong joins the paper as a reporter. He arrives with a background in film criticism for various Australian and international publications.
Two film reviewers join The Reporter in Asia. Maggie Lee comes aboard in Hong Kong, where Elizabeth Kerr continues to write for the paper. Megan Turner, formerly with the New York Post, joins The Reporter in Sydney.
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