The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday announced the appointment of Maer Roshan to co-editor-in-chief, sharing the role with editorial director Nekesa Mumbi Moody.
A story on its website states, “Both Roshan and Moody report to Penske Media chief operating officer George Grobar and are based in Los Angeles. Maer will begin in his new role Sept. 25.
“Roshan is an award-winning editor, writer and media entrepreneur with a long record of creating exceptional content. He joins the team from Los Angeles Magazine, where he served as editor in chief since 2019.
“Roshan has served as a top editor for several premium brands, including New York Magazine, Interview, Talk and 429 and successfully launched and edited a series of trailblazing print and online publications including Radar, TheFix.com and Punch!”
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