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The Wrap

TheWrap
Web address TheWrap.com
Type of site Entertainment, media news
Owner The Wrap News Inc.
Editor Sharon Waxman
Launched January 26th, 2009
Current status Active

TheWrap is an entertainment and media news website founded by Sharon Waxman in 2009.[1]

With an editorial staff of more than 19 regular contributors and with commentary from industry heavyweight guest “Hollybloggers,” TheWrap covers the industry of entertainment and media from its headquarters in Santa Monica, California with additional editorial staff in New York City.

Background

According to CBS Market Watch, Waxman raised $500,000 for The Wrap News, as a news portal site covering entertainment and media, which launched on January 26, 2009. A second round of financing was closed in 2010. By 2013 TheWrap.com had grown into a site with 30 employees. It also convenes an annual conference attended by leaders in entertainment, media and technology called TheGrill. TheWrap was nominated as the Best Entertainment website in 2012 and named the best online news site in both 2012 and 2009 at the National Entertainment Journalism Awards by the Los Angeles Press Club.

TheWrap' competes with other Hollywood news sites, with its most direction competition as of 2014 being Deadline Hollywood.[2]

References

  1. ^ (16 May 2014). The 60-second interview: Sharon Waxman, founder of The Wrap, Capital New York
  2. ^ (23 March 2014). In Hollywood News Wars, TheWrap Rebounds, The New York Times

External links

  • Official website
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