The Hollywood Reporter won best entertainment website at the 14th National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards, which were handed out Thursday night in a virtual gala.
Also during the ceremony, the Los Angeles Press Club honored King Richard as the recipient of its seventh annual Veritas Award for best film based on or inspired by real events and people. The award was voted on by the organization’s 1,000 members.
“Bringing the truth of this family, the positive story of a Black father and mother, the determination they held onto for all their kids, was amazing,” said director Reinaldo Marcus Green in accepting the honor.
THR earned several first-place prizes during the ceremony (see below). The full list of winners can be found here.
ANY MEDIA PLATFORM — Print, broadcast or online
Entertainment Industry/Arts Investigative
Kim Masters and Lesley Goldberg, “NBC Insiders Say Entertainment Boss Fostered Toxic Culture, Under Investigation”
PHOTOGRAPHY/ART — Online or Print
Kelsey Stefanson and Agata Nowicka, “THR Icon: Quincy Jones Reflects on Career, Michael Jackson and Why He Wouldn’t Work With Elvis”
PRINT — Newspapers or Magazines
Tatiana Siegel, “Hollywood and the Police: A Deep, Complicated and Now Strained Relationship”
Personality Profile, Over 2,500 Words
Seth Abramovitch, “Searching for Shelley Duvall: The Reclusive Icon on Fleeing Hollywood and the Scars of Making ‘The Shining’”
Personality Profile, Film
Aaron Couch, “Ultimate Spider-Man Collection to Be Sold Under Heart-Wrenching Circumstances”
The Hollywood Reporter staff, THR.com
Best Journalistic Use of Social Media to Tell or Enhance a Story
Christy Piña, “Kelly Marie Tran”
In addition, THR’s Abbey White won best multimedia package for prior work at Insider on “259 LGBTQ characters in cartoons that bust the myth that kids can’t handle inclusion.”