The Hollywood Reporter

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The Hollywood Reporter
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description American film magazine
Area of ​​Expertise entertainment
language English
publishing company Prometheus Global Media ( United States )
First edition September 3, 1930
Frequency of publication weekly
Sold edition 72,000 copies
Editor Lynne Segall
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The Hollywood Reporter is a magazine for the film industry in the United States . In September 1930, former movie salesman William R. "Billy" Wilkerson published the first edition. The Hollywood Reporter is published by The Nielsen Company .

The Hollywood Reporter was the first daily entertainment industry newspaper in Hollywood. Wilkerson ran the magazine until his death in 1962, when his wife, Tichi Wilkerson, became a publisher and editor. She sold the magazine in the late 1980s. The new editor was Teri Ritzer and the publisher Robert Dowling. Dowling retired in 2005 and Tony Uphoff took over in 2006.

From 1995 to 2005, The Hollywood Reporter honored young stars with the YoungStar Award .


  • Helmut Sorge: Newspapers: Darling Anita . In: Der Spiegel . No. 41 , 1999, p. 181 ( online ).

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Individual evidence

  1. Will Variety Become a Sister Publication to The Hollywood Reporter? In: TV Week. August 1, 2012, accessed on July 24, 2020 .