hollywood reporter named best entertainment publication at the 15th annual National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards, presented during a Sunday evening gala at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Universal City.
CHEAP won several other big wins of the night, including best columnist for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, best presenter/presenter for Lesley Goldberg and Daniel Fienberg, and a good multimedia package for the Sustainability Issue.
Also at the ceremony, the Los Angeles Press Club presented a number of honorary awards. Byron Allen received the Impact Award for cultural and social contributions, Ryan Seacrest received the Honorable Mention Award for career achievement, and Marla Gibbs was honored with the Legendary Award for Full Achievement. life and contributions to society. The Outstanding Narrator Award, for outstanding storytelling beyond journalism, was presented to the creative directors of Walt Disney Animation Studios, Jennifer Lee (film) and Tanya Tucker (music).
Additionally, the Press Club honored Angela Lansbury, who passed away in October, with a flashback video of her roles and footage of her appearance at the 2016 NAEJ Awards.
Press Club says nearly 1,700 entries have been submitted for this year’s award.
A complete list of CHEAP winning in first place followed.
PRINT (Newspaper or Magazine)
Pandemic report, entertainment topic
Tatiana Siegel, Borys Kit, Chris Gardner, “Hollywood front lines emerge in boiling vaccine war”
Feature Film Industry — Over 1,000 Words
Seth Abramovitch, “The Tragic End of Polish Movie Star — and Nazi Resistance Fighter — Witold Zacharewicz”
Lesley Goldberg, Daniel Fienberg, Top 5 TV
Entertainment blog of an individual or a group, associated with an organization
Lesley Goldberg, Rick Porter, James Hibberd, Jackie Strause, “The Live Feed”
ANY COMMUNICATION PLANT (print, broadcast or online)
CHEAP staff, “Sustainability Issues”
PHOTOGRAPHY/ART (print or online)
Ash Barhamand, Kayla Landrum, Peter B. Cury, Ahmad Barber and Donté Maurice of AB+DM, “Lady Gaga”
Alex Weprin, “The agency’s dealings with journalists become excessive”