Los Angeles Times

Daniel Miller

Writer

Daniel Miller covers the film business for the Los Angeles Times. He joined the newspaper’s staff in 2013. He previously wrote for the Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Business Journal and Ventura County Star. His 2014 story, “Finding Marlowe,” was the Longreads editor’s pick for best crime reporting of the year and won awards from organizations including the National Assn. of Black Journalists. In 2015, he was named Journalist of the Year at the Los Angeles Press Club’s National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards. Miller was a Loeb Awards finalist in 2016 for “Selling Stardom,” a series on unscrupulous Hollywood operators. He is a Los Angeles native and a UCLA graduate.

Recent Articles

  • Why Disney is unlikely to buy Twitter

    Why Disney is unlikely to buy Twitter

    One is an entertainment giant famous for exacting tight control over its content. The other is a tech firm whose commitment to free speech has earned it a reputation as a hub for news and a haven for online harassment.  Together, they make for a brow-raising pairing. But stranger things have happened...

  • The troubled past and questionable benefits of Hollywood’s oldest awards show for kids

    The troubled past and questionable benefits of Hollywood’s oldest awards show for kids

    Actors and actresses strolled in tuxedos and sequined gowns along the red carpet. Cameras flashed as photographers scrambled to get the best angles. Autograph seekers lingered and film producers jostled for position, hoping to sign up talent for their next movie. Inside, broadcast cameras waited...

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