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

  • Fox unpaid intern case is drawing to a close with proposed settlement

    Fox unpaid intern case is drawing to a close with proposed settlement

    A labor lawsuit that was instrumental in prodding Hollywood studios and production companies to reconsider how they treat interns is headed toward a resolution.  Unpaid interns who had worked at Fox Searchlight Pictures filed a lawsuit five years ago alleging the company violated the Fair Labor...

  • WME/IMG's $4-billion deal for UFC shows the power of sports

    WME/IMG's $4-billion deal for UFC shows the power of sports

    Fifteen years ago, mixed martial arts league Ultimate Fighting Championship sold for $2 million. Back then, the sport featured bone-crushing, blood-smearing action that was dismissed as “human cockfighting” by Sen. John McCain. Now, the UFC is changing hands for $4 billion. Hollywood mega-talent agency...

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