Geoff Berkshire is joining the Los Angeles Times entertainment team as film editor.
For the past three years, Berkshire has served as an associate editor and film critic for Variety, overseeing film features, special sections as well as the big festivals and awards shows.
Prior to that, he worked as an entertainment editor and film critic at Zap2it, Metromix and Movieline.Read more
The Los Angeles Times’ accomplishments in 2016 included winning its 44th Pulitzer Prize, and attaining record growth in digital readership and subscriptions.Read more
The Times has updated its guidelines for covering the LGBTQ community.
As our understanding of gender and sexual orientation evolves, so does language. The Times’ goal is to be contemporary, clear and flexible, while maintaining consistency of style.Read more
The Times has launched a new, more interactive commenting platform on latimes.com.
This platform, from SolidOpinion, will allow users to earn points, which can be used to elevate a comment into one of three “promoted comments” positions at the top of a thread.
Users can bid to promote either their own or others’ comments.Read more