Hollywood Reporter Lands Noms for Best Publication and Best Website at National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards

The Hollywood Reporter Coronavirus Issue
Illustration by Sawdust

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is up for best columnist, Scott Feinberg was nominated for online journalist of the year, and Sheri Linden and Inkoo Kang are nominated for best critic in film and TV, respectively.

The Hollywood Reporter landed nominations for best entertainment publication and best website for the 13th annual National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards.

In addition, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is up for best columnist, Scott Feinberg is nominated for online journalist of the year, and Sheri Linden and Inkoo Kang are nominated for best critic in the film and TV categories, respectively.

THR also landed noms in several other categories encompassing features, investigative stories, photography, video, podcasts and more.

The awards will be presented at a virtual ceremony this spring.

A full list of THR finalists follows.

Journalist of the Year — Online
Scott Feinberg

Entertainment Publication
The Hollywood Reporter

Critic (Any Media Platform) — Film
Sheri Linden, "'Telluride 2019,' 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always,' 'Stray,' ''Ella Fitzgerald'"

Critic (Any Media Platform) — TV
Inkoo Kang, "'The Goop Lab,' 'High Fidelity,' 'Mrs. America,' 'P-Valley'"

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) —Business, Entertainment Industry
Natalie Jarvey, "Bob Iger's Next Priority? Streamline Disney+ Development"

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) —Business, Tech/Arts-Related
Ashley Cullins, "Why High-Profile Hacks Could Increase Amid Pandemic-Prompted Remote Work"

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) — Entertainment Industry/Arts Investigative
Scott Feinberg and Scott Johnson, "Catherine Burns: The Vanishing of an Oscar-Nominated Actress"

Kim Masters and Bryn Sandberg, "'The Environment Was Very Toxic': Nudity, a Graphic Photo and the Untold Story of Why Ruth Wilson Left 'The Affair'"

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) — Celebrity Investigative
Gary Baum, "Meet the Controversial Doctor Behind the Dr. Phil Empire"
Kim Masters, "Behind Steve Bing's Sudden, Tragic End"

Any Media Platform (Print, Broadcast or Online) — Obituary/In appreciation, Film and TV Personalities
Chris Gardner, "How Nanci Ryder Changed My Life: Hollywood Reporter Staff Writer Pays Tribute"

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Portrait Photo
Jennifer Laski, Jenny Sargent and Ramona Rosales, "John Oliver"

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Feature Photo
Jennifer Laski, Jenny Sargent and Lia Clay Miller, "Billy Porter"

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Photo Essay
Jennifer Laski and Joe Pugliese, "Hollywood on Lockdown - 30 Feet Away"

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Illustration
Kelsey Stefanson and Leon Edler, "Streaming TV's Binge Watching Dilemma"

Photography/Art (Online or Print) — Cover Art
Peter Cury and Sawdust, "Hollywood in the Terrifying Age of Coronavirus"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — Personality Profile, Music/Arts, Over 2,500 Words
Lacey Rose, "Hillary Clinton Has a Few More Things to Say"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — TV Industry Feature Over 1,000 Words
Gary Baum, "The Perfect Crime Obsession"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — TV/Movie Industry Feature Under 1,000 Words
Katie Kilkenny and Carolyn Giardina, "How Hollywood Guilds Are Confronting Their Ties to a Police Union"
Rick Porter, "Behind Reality Cop TV's Fall: 'It Was Like the Perfect Storm'"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — Celebrity Feature, Music/Other Arts-Related Over 1,000 Words
Seth Abramovitch, "How I Came Out in Hollywood: A Decade-by-Decade Oral History"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — Columnist
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, "Why the 'Joker' Gun Violence Protests Miss the Mark; Why 'Gone with the Wind' Needs a Warning Label, Not a Ban; Kobe Bryant, Gayle King and Why Black Words Matter'"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — Commentary Analysis/Trend, Film
Carolyn Giardina, "From 'Gemini Man' to 'The Irishman': Dawn of the De-Aged Actor"

Print (Newspaper or Magazines) — Commentary Diversity/Gender
Kim Masters, "Has #MeToo Gone Too Far? No, It Hasn't Gone Far Enough"

TV/Video/Film — Hard News Feature Under 5 Minutes
Tiffany Taylor, Mike Palmesino, Jason Bass, Lee Schneller and Lauren Alvarez, "Beyonce, Alicia Keys and More Honor Kobe and Gigi Bryant During Emotional Memorial"

Radio/Podcasts — One-on-One Interview, TV Personalities
Lesley Goldberg and Dan Fienberg, "'TV's Top 5': A Conversation About Police and Hollywood with the 'Law & Order: SVU' Showrunner"

Radio/Podcast — Best Arts or Entertainment Podcast
Scott Feinberg, "Awards Chatter"

Online — Entertainment Website
Tom Seeley, THR.com

Online — Hard News
Ryan Parker, "Aurora Shooting Victims Voice Fears Over 'Joker' in Letter to Warner Bros"

Online — Personality Profile, TV/Film Personalities
Aaron Couch, "'Everything Had to Go Right': What Happened to 'Terminator' Star Michael Biehn"

Online — Film Feature
Simi Horwitz, "Critic's Notebook: 'Marriage Story' and the Evolution of the Divorce Film"

Online — TV Feature
Jackie Strause, "'Orange is the New Black' Creator and Cast Talk Binge-Era Breakthrough and Series Finale in Unfiltered Oral History"

Online — Commentary Analysis/Trend — Film
Richard Newby, "Protest Backlash and the Failings of a Superhero Culture"

Online — Commentary Analysis/Trend, TV
Dan Fienberg, "Critic's Notebook: The End of 'Baskets' and the Struggle of Loving Niche TV"

Online — Entertainment Blog by an Individual or Group, Tied to an Organization
Aaron Couch and Borys Kit, "Heat Vision"
Ashley Cullins and Eriq Gardner, "THR, Esq."
Scott Feinberg, "The Race"