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The Hollywood Reporter won best entertainment website, Rebecca Keegan was named print journalist of the year and Daniel Fienberg was named best TV critic at the 16th annual National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards on Sunday night.

Overall, THR took home a total of 11 wins at the awards, which are handed out annually by the Los Angeles Press Club. Presenters at the event said this year featured the most submissions ever for the NAEJ Awards.

Also during the event, the Los Angeles Press Club celebrated several honorees with special awards. They included Ava DuVernay (Visionary Award for humanitarian work), Barbara Eden (Legend Award for lifetime achievements and contributions to society), Henry Louis Gates Jr. (Luminary Award for career achievement), LeVar Burton (Distinguished Storyteller Award, Literacy, for excellence in storytelling outside journalism) and Roger Corman (Distinguished Storyteller Award, Film, for excellence in storytelling outside journalism).

Sunday night’s gala was held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

A full list of THR wins follows.

Entertainment Website
THR.com

Journalist of the Year — Print
Rebecca Keegan

Critic — TV
Daniel Fienberg

Print/Online — Entertainment Industry/Arts Investigative
Samuel Braslow and Kim Masters for “‘Hiding in Plain Sight’: After Being Fired From ‘Scrubs’ for Misconduct, Alleged Rapist Eric Weinberg Kept Working”

Print/Online — Business, Film Related
Mia Galuppo and Katie Kilkenny for “Inside the Documentary Cash Grab”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Film Personality Profile – Over 2,500 Words
Seth Abramovitch for “Mo’Nique Makes Peace (Mostly)”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — TV/Film Industry Feature — Under 1,000 Words
Ryan Gajewski for “Disney Creators Vent Over Disappearing Film and TV Shows On Streaming”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Film Industry Feature – Over 1,000 Words
Rebecca Keegan for “She Wrote the Memo That Helped Take Down Harvey Weinstein. She’s Finally Ready to Talk”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Film Personality Profile – Under 2,500 Words
Rebecca Keegan for “Harvey Weinstein’s ‘Jane Doe 1’ Victim Reveals Identity: ‘I’m Tired of Hiding’”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Commentary Analysis/Trend, Film/TV
Rebecca Sun for “What Michelle Yeoh Taught Me About Motherhood”

Portrait Photo, Film/TV
Ash Barhamand, Peter B. Cury, Christian Cody for “Lupita Nyong’o”


The Hollywood Reporter won best entertainment website, Rebecca Keegan was named print journalist of the year and Daniel Fienberg was named best TV critic at the 16th annual National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards on Sunday night.

Overall, THR took home a total of 11 wins at the awards, which are handed out annually by the Los Angeles Press Club. Presenters at the event said this year featured the most submissions ever for the NAEJ Awards.

Also during the event, the Los Angeles Press Club celebrated several honorees with special awards. They included Ava DuVernay (Visionary Award for humanitarian work), Barbara Eden (Legend Award for lifetime achievements and contributions to society), Henry Louis Gates Jr. (Luminary Award for career achievement), LeVar Burton (Distinguished Storyteller Award, Literacy, for excellence in storytelling outside journalism) and Roger Corman (Distinguished Storyteller Award, Film, for excellence in storytelling outside journalism).

Sunday night’s gala was held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

A full list of THR wins follows.

Entertainment Website
THR.com

Journalist of the Year — Print
Rebecca Keegan

Critic — TV
Daniel Fienberg

Print/Online — Entertainment Industry/Arts Investigative
Samuel Braslow and Kim Masters for “‘Hiding in Plain Sight’: After Being Fired From ‘Scrubs’ for Misconduct, Alleged Rapist Eric Weinberg Kept Working”

Print/Online — Business, Film Related
Mia Galuppo and Katie Kilkenny for “Inside the Documentary Cash Grab”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Film Personality Profile – Over 2,500 Words
Seth Abramovitch for “Mo’Nique Makes Peace (Mostly)”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — TV/Film Industry Feature — Under 1,000 Words
Ryan Gajewski for “Disney Creators Vent Over Disappearing Film and TV Shows On Streaming”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Film Industry Feature – Over 1,000 Words
Rebecca Keegan for “She Wrote the Memo That Helped Take Down Harvey Weinstein. She’s Finally Ready to Talk”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Film Personality Profile – Under 2,500 Words
Rebecca Keegan for “Harvey Weinstein’s ‘Jane Doe 1’ Victim Reveals Identity: ‘I’m Tired of Hiding’”

Print — Newspapers or Magazines — Commentary Analysis/Trend, Film/TV
Rebecca Sun for “What Michelle Yeoh Taught Me About Motherhood”

Portrait Photo, Film/TV
Ash Barhamand, Peter B. Cury, Christian Cody for “Lupita Nyong’o”

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