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Janice Min has been named editorial director of The Hollywood
Reporter, parent company e5 Global Media announced Wednesday
“Janice dramatically transformed the landscape of entertainment
journalism,” said Richard Beckman, CEO of e5, to whom Min will
report, “and she is perfectly suited to lead The Hollywood
Reporter’s business-to-influencer coverage of the global
Min, who will be based in Los Angeles, begins in mid-June.
Min left Us Weekly in July of 2009 after a seven-year stint at the
publication. She served as a second in command to Bonnie Fuller
before taking on the top job in 2003, presiding over a time of
continued revenue and circulation growth for the brand.
received numerous awards for her stewardship of Us Weekly,
including Adweek’s “Editor of the Year” honor in 2005 (brief Crain’s NY Business profile here). Prior to Us Weekly, Min worked as a staff writer at People, and
also served at Life and In Style magazines. She began her career as
a newspaper reporter in Westchester County, NY.
“The Hollywood Reporter is one of the most iconic brands in the
entertainment industry. It’s well-positioned to be a powerful voice
across all media platforms,” Min said.
— THR staff report
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