Scott Feinberg

Scott Feinberg is one of Hollywood’s most widely read and trusted awards experts. He has served as the awards columnist for The Hollywood Reporter since 2011, covering all things Oscars, Emmys and Tonys on his award-winning blog “The Race,” and interviewing top contenders for those awards on his award-winning podcast “Awards Chatter.” He previously wrote for the Los Angeles Times.

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George Pennacchio

George Pennacchio is the entertainment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News and also hosts the stations Oscars specials. He joined ABC7 in 1996. During his broadcasting career, George has won three Emmy Awards for his work. He has also been honored with The Press Award by The Publicists Guild of America for his coverage of the entertainment industry. He’s only one of four journalists who have received The Critics’ Critic Award from The Broadcast Film Critics Association, North America’s largest critics group. While on assignment in South Africa in 2007 to…

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Malina Saval

Malina Saval is a features editor at Variety covering the film, TV and music beats. Her piece on the representation of autism in television garnered a 2018 Los Angeles Press Club Award for best magazine commentary, and most recently, her feature-length profile on the actor Nick Nolte earned a second place National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award. She’s also the author of “The Secret Lives of Boys: Inside the Raw Emotional World of Male Teens,” a non-fiction account of male adolescence published by Basic Books in 2010. Additionally, she’s traveled to…

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ISLAMOPHOBIA AND HOMOPHOBIA AFTER ORLANDO AT THE LA PRESS CLUB

Thursday, July 07, 2016 12:00 PM Since the tragedy in Orlando there has been a spotlight on homophobia within Muslim communities, the subsequent anti-Islam backlash, and the claim by conservative Muslim organizations that you are “either with us or against us.” The Los Angeles Press Club teams up with The Markaz and Muslims for Progressive Values (MPV), for this special Ask A Muslim, offfering an opportunity for an honest discussion about being LGBTQI and Muslim. This panel features Dr. Hamid Mavani, an Islamic scholar at Bayan Claremont, and Ani Zonneveld…

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Free Speech After Charlie Hebdo and “The Interview”

When Thursday, January 29, 2015 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Location Los Angeles Press Club @ Steve Allen Theater 4773 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027 Registration Free Tickets Free to LA Press Club Members Free Event for Members Non-Member Tickets Registration is closed Has anything changed on how we look at the first amendment after the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris and the cyber attack on Sony? Join us for an interesting conversation at Los Angeles press club. Panelists: Patrick Chappatte — He is the famous Pakistan-born Lebanese-Swiss…

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Journo-related Jobs in Radio

Thursday, November 03, 2011 5:16 PM SCBA has published radio jobs as of Nov. 1. LAPC is listing those where a journo background is necessary and/or useful. See the full list: RCA ribbon mic RCA ribbon mic still in use http://scba.com/rcjobs.asp American Public Media- Asst. Community Editor/Rep. American Public Media- Internship American Public Media- News Editor American Public Media-Assistant Community Editor/Reporter American Public Media-Associate Producer American Public Media-Associate Producer, Morning Edition American Public Media-Editor, News American Public Media-Executive Editor American Public Media-Intern, Marketplace American Public Media-Intern, Off-Ramp American Public Media-Intern,…

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Murdered Russian journalist to receive Pearl Award

Tuesday, May 15, 2007 6:00 PM Slain Russian investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya, whose bravery has inspired journalists around the world, is the sixth recipient of The Los Angeles Press Club’s Daniel Pearl Award. The posthumous award in her honor will be presented at the Southern California Journalism Awards. It will be accepted by a representative of the Moscow newspaper where she worked at the time of her murder, Novaya Gazeta. The Pearl Award is named after Daniel Pearl, the Wall Street Journal reporter who was murdered in 2002 by terrorists…

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