Company Overview of Variety, Inc.
Variety, Inc. provides online business news covering the entertainment and media industry. It offers news on films, televisions, music, digital products, and international topics. The company was founded in 1905 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Variety, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Reed Business Information, Inc.
5900 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036-5020
Founded in 1905
Key Executives for Variety, Inc.
Editor-in-Chief and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Variety, Inc. Key Developments
Jet Edge Announces Strategic Partnership with Variety Including Exclusive Private Charter Services to Festival De Cannes 2014
May 8 14
Jet Edge announced that it has inked a strategic partnership with Variety, which will include an exclusive offer to extend its growing fleet of California, New York, Florida and Asia-based luxury aircraft for private charters to Festival de Cannes 2014. As part of the partnership, Jet Edge will be onboard as the exclusive sponsor for one of the highlights of this year's film festival; Variety and Relativity Media's intimate, A-list event at the legendary Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in celebration of Relativity's 10th Anniversary.
Variety, Inc. Appoints Claudia Eller, Cynthia Littleton and Andrew Wallenstein as Editors-In-Chief, Overseeing Coverage of Film, Television and Digital Content, Respectively
Feb 27 13
Claudia Eller, Cynthia Littleton and Andrew Wallenstein have been named editors-in-chief of Variety, Inc., overseeing coverage of film, television and digital content, respectively. Variety executive editor Steven Gaydos will continue to direct all editorial aspects of Variety's feature sections across all platforms and editorial-related events including the '10 To Watch' program. Eller comes to Variety from the Los Angeles Times, where she spent 20 years as a reporter and editor, most recently serving as entertainment news editor. Eller is among the best known and most respected journalists in the entertainment community. Before joining the Times, Eller worked as a film reporter for Variety from 1989 to 1993. During that time, Eller launched and penned the widely read Dish column. She also held staff positions at the Hollywood Reporter and On Location magazine. Littleton, who has covered the television beat for the past 20 years, was most recently a deputy editor of Variety. She began her career at United Press Intl., followed by stints at Broadcasting & Cable magazine, Variety and the Hollywood Reporter, where she rose to editor before re-joining Variety in 2007. Wallenstein joined Variety in 2011, and most recently served as television editor, covering both the television and tech industries, with focused coverage on companies at the nexus of entertainment and digital media. He was at the Hollywood Reporter from 2002 to 2010, where he held various top posts including editor of THR.com.
Variety, Inc. Announces Layoff of 20 to 25 People
Nov 15 12
Variety, Inc. announced layoffs, with 20 to 25 people losing their jobs. The Los Angeles Times reported that Variety soon will reduce the frequency of its print publications. Daily Variety publishes Monday through Friday, while weekly Variety comes out on Fridays. None of the Variety editorial staff was impacted by this round of layoffs, but there were veteran staff members let go in the areas of conferences, administration, systems and circulation and at sister brand LA411/NY411.
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