In its place: The Hollywood Reporter, which has been around since 1984 and has had a strong presence in the world of Hollywood journalism for decades.

It’s an essential part of any serious Hollywood journalist’s existence.

I recently learned that the Hollywood reporter is coming to an end, and that the paper’s last issue will be released on Sept. 17.

I’ve had a great time writing about movies and television for years, but I’ve always been grateful for the work that the THR has done over the years.

But, as of today, it is the end of an era, and my colleagues and I are deeply saddened.

But the stories we write are worth the sacrifice, because it’s what makes the work worthwhile.

So here’s why the Hollywood and entertainment news media have been so important to our business, and what that means for us as an industry: 1.

The news is important to a lot of people.

It informs how we view events and people, as well as our opinions on them.

We write about the news, not the other way around.

When you’re covering entertainment and politics, the news is the first thing that comes to mind.

And the stories that you tell are valuable.

When I look at a film that comes out and I think, “That’s good,” or I look to see what the new Disney movie is doing in the marketplace, I know I’m going to have a lot more money on my hands if I write about it.

I’m also more likely to be able to write about movies I love.

That’s the power of the news.

And when we’re talking about sports, I’m more likely not to write a story about a star who’s playing on a national team.

2.

The Hollywood and Hollywood-centric news media are vital to our industry.

In many ways, it’s the only industry where the news matters.

We’re the ones who have access to the information we need, the information that matters.

And we’re the people who pay the bills.

In the last couple of decades, we’ve had our own financial crisis and recession, and we’ve seen the rise of fake news and conspiracy theories.

As the financial crisis worsened, our business suffered.

We’ve seen our reputation damaged.

And in a few years, we’ll see the biggest financial collapse in our history.

And that’s what’s been happening in the news media over the last two decades.

That was a very, very bad year for the industry.

There were so many news organizations that were not doing their job and were taking on too much debt, and they couldn’t afford to continue doing it.

The press has had to step up and take on some of those debtors, which is why they’ve been reporting more and more stories.

It makes sense that they’re now seeing some of that debt come due.

But for the most part, our industry is doing just fine.

And so for the past couple of years, I’ve been very happy that we’ve gotten to this point.

But I’ve also been very sad that this will be the last issue of the Hollywood newspaper.

I know a lot about Hollywood and have covered the industry for more than 30 years, so I’ve never been happier to be leaving the profession.

3.

We are at a crossroads.

I hope that as a society, we’re starting to understand that there’s a huge disconnect between the way we think about the media and the way the industry operates.

It was obvious to me when I started writing for this publication that we were going to be the news outlets of the future, and I wanted to continue to make the most of our time and energy, but there were many things that were coming to a head that needed to be sorted out.

The industry needs to be rebuilt.

The journalists need to be paid.

And Hollywood needs to pay its bills.

That has been one of the biggest hurdles we’ve faced.

We don’t always get it right.

I am confident that the future of the industry and of the profession is in our hands.

But we are also going to need to get back to the basics and find a way to get our journalism back on track.

I think we’ve been doing the right things in the last year or so.

I feel very fortunate that I’ve come to be here, because the work we’ve done has been amazing.

But it will always be the legacy that we leave behind that will shape the future.

The end of the entertainment industry news publication will mark the end, as we know it, of a glorious era.

I have a special thanks to the staff who have helped me do that, and all of our readers who’ve been a part of our success.

It has been an honor and a privilege to have worked with you.

If you’re a journalist, I hope you’ll take a moment to read through the end notes to the Hollywood-focused Hollywood Reporter and tell me what you think.