Sharon Waxman, CEO and Editor in Chief, is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author, a former Hollywood correspondent for The New York Times and a leading authority on the entertainment business and media. Before the Times, she was a correspondent for eight years for The Washington Post. She started out as a foreign correspondent, covering Europe and the Middle East for a decade. She is the founder and CEO of The Wrap, and the author of two books, including, “Rebels on the Backlot: Six Maverick Directors and How They Conquered the Hollywood Studio System.” She can be reached at


Caren Gibbens, Vice President, Entertainment Sales, comes to TheWrap from the Los Angeles Times where she was an Advertising Manager responsible for sales in the Live Entertainment and Media category.  She helped launch Culture Monster which grew revenues 100% year over year.  Before coming to the  Los Angeles Times Caren ran the West Coast sales office for Advertising Age. You'll find her at

Nicole Winters, Director of Sales, comes to TheWrap from the Los Angeles Times where she recently was promoted to the film/television team after growing the live entertainment category, which included the launch of new digital products into marketplace.  She previously worked at Fox Sports Network in cable advertising. She is reachable at


Joseph Anthony Kapsch, Executive Editor, is the former Editor, at The Hollywood Reporter. Previously, he spent five years at Tribune Company, developing and growing their digital entertainment properties. As Los Angeles Times’ deputy entertainment editor for online, he helped lead's showbiz coverage to a robust readership on the web, and then was tasked with redesigning and relaunching Tribune's television news site Zap2It. He's also held key editorial positions at Access Hollywood, ABC/Disney Digital, and Sony Pictures Digital. You can reach him at or Twitter: @josephkapsch.

Anita Bennett, Senior Editor, is a veteran online and broadcast journalist who joins TheWrap from She previously worked as a producer at Los Angeles Fox affliate KTTV, an entertainment producer/reporter at Reelz Channel and an on-camera news reporter at L.A. Cityview. You can reach her at or Twitter: @TVAnita.

Jason J. Hughes, News Editor, comes to TheWrap after six years with AOL and The Huffington Post. Beginning his tenure at AOL's TV Squad, he transitioned with the company to AOL TV, and finally to a position as the Overnight TV Editor at The Huffington Post. He began his online career in 2002 reporting on the comic book industry. Since that time, he has covered a wide range of the entertainment industry, including television, films and pop culture. He is co-host of the long-running podcast, Antenna Free TV.  You can reach him at or Twitter @ultraversion21.

Carly Milne, News Editor, joined TheWrap after abandoning life as a freelance journalist, during which she covered lifestyle and entertainment for outlets including, The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times, Glamour, Variety, Chicago Sun Times and Indiewire. She also previously blogged for AOL and Gawker Media. Milne is also a published author, having contributed to several anthologies in addition to having her first memoir published in 2007. When she's not working… let's be honest — that doesn't happen. Find her on Twitter: @CarlyAtTheWrap or email:

Khalil Garriott, News Editor, is an award-winning digital journalist. Prior to joining TheWrap, he worked as a sports editor at Yahoo, focusing on World Cup coverage. Previously, he worked as a senior editor and digital content editor at NFL Media Group, online editor at the NFL Players Association and a sports producer/columnist for AOL Sports. He's also been an Interactive Content Producer for, a reporter for Major League Soccer and a correspondent for the Harrisonburg Daily News-Record, in addition to various freelance writing roles. He was a lifelong Virginia resident before relocating to the West Coast. Follow him on Twitter @KhalilGarriott or email him at


Jeff Sneider, Film Reporter, previously held the same position at Variety, where he spent a total of five years working in various capacities. He started his career in 2003 by writing as “MiraJeff” for Ain't It Cool News and his work has also appeared in Hollywood Life, MTV Movies Blog, Washington Square News and the Colorado Springs Independent. Jeff has appeared in Michael Addis’ documentary “Heckler” and HBO's “Entourage,” and he also fought director Uwe Boll in a 2006 boxing match that has since become a footnote in pop culture history. He hates salad, loves “Pulp Fiction” and his bark is louder than his bite. Follow him on Twitter at @TheInSneider or email him at

Jordan Zakarin, Film Reporter, is an entertainment journalist who has held positions at The Huffington Post, Hollywood Reporter and BuzzFeed. His focus is on indie film, comedy and anything weird. He is originally from New Jersey and attended Syracuse University, where he watched basketball, skipped class, watched re-runs of “M*A*S*H”… and majored in Television, Radio, and Film. A resident of New York City, he spends a lot of time in movie theaters and bodegas. Reach him via email or Twitter @jordanzakarin

Todd Cunningham, News Editor/Box Office Reporter, is the former managing editor of the Hollywood Reporter and Daily Variety. He served a term as president of the L.A. Newspaper Guild, and his play “The Good Hours” was staged in 2008. Todd can be reached at

Steve Pond, Columnist and Awards Editor, joined TheWrap to lead its awards season coverage, and stayed on. His column is an informed, bemused, skeptical and authoritative look at all aspects of the Academy Awards race, from the campaigns to the halls of AMPAS to the movies that it's all supposed to be honoring. A former L.A. Times reporter, Pond is also author of the L.A. Times bestseller  The Big Show, and has been covering this particular circus for more than two decades, much of that time as the only reporter with full backstage and rehearsal access to the Oscar show. He can be reached at

Alonso Duralde, Film Critic, has written about film for Movieline, Salon, He also co-hosts the Linoleum Knife podcast and regularly appears on What the Flick?! (The Young Turks Network). He is a senior Programmer for the Outfest Film Festival in Los Angeles and a pre-screener for the Sundance Film Festival, as well as a consultant for the USA Film Festival/Dallas, where he spent five years as artistic director. A former arts and entertainment editor at the Advocate, he was a regular contributor to “The Rotten Tomatoes Show” on Current. He is the author of two books: “Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas” (Limelight Editions) and “101 Must-See Movies for Gay Men” (Advocate Books).


Jethro Nededog, Senior TV Writer, has covered television at The Hollywood Reporter, LA Times, Zap2it and Metromix. Previously, he wrote and produced documentary TV for National Geographic, History, Discovery, E! and the TV Guide Network. He has a BA in journalism from NYU and an MFA in writing from USC. His TV passions include trashy reality TV, soapy dramas, sci-fi and he would never turn away a “Cosby Show” rerun. He can be reached at or on Twitter: @therealjethro.

Tim Kenneally, TV Reporter, is a former editor for, Men's Edge and Hustler. Tim covers television for TheWrap. In his off time, he enjoys curling up with a mug of hot cocoa, his DVD box set of “Antiques Roadshow” and his pet tabby, Mr. Snugglesworth.  Tim can be reached at

Tony Maglio, TV Reporter, comes to TheWrap via the Columbia J-School. Previously, Tony was a freelance entertainment, sports, joke and political writer. In another lifetime that he'd like to forget, Tony was an accounting/finance professional. He has the M.B.A. to prove it — but not the savings account balance. Reach Tony at or on Twitter: @AnthonyMaglio.

Greg Gilman, Blogger/Reporter, comes to TheWrap after two years of wandering through Hollywood as an uncredited celebrity gossip blogger (not that he particularly wanted the recognition). He's proud to put that part of his life behind him and looks forward to writing entertainment stories that don't decay the minds of his readers. He can be reached at

Linda Ge, Blogger/Reporter, previously wrote for and founded in 2010. She studied Film & Digital Media at the University of California, Santa Cruz and has worked in the film industry in various capacities since graduation. You can find more of her random ramblings, 140 characters at a time, on Twitter at @lindazge. She can be reached at

Travis Reilly, Blogger/Reporter, embraces his role at TheWrap after spending his inaugural four years in Hollywood jettisoning drunkards from a country-western bar and ghostwriting for a fairly popular gossip monger. His passions within the entertainment journalism industry include deciphering the philosophies embedded within “Point Break,” devouring “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” reruns a season at a time, and petitioning the Associated Press to reconsider their standing on the Oxford comma. Reach him at or at @mmmtravis or possibly by saying “Beetlejuice” three times.

Ryan O'Connell, Blogger/Reporter, landed at TheWrap after a short stint anonymously writing for a very pink entertainment and gossip site. Prior to writing all about media, O'Connell served the King of All Media as a writer and associate producer on ‘The Howard Stern Show.'  He also worked as a creative services writer/producer at Boston ABC affiliate, WCVB-Channel 5.  He can be reached at for all work related inquiries, or you can tweet him @uconnell, preferably about college basketball related topics.

Rebecca Rosenberg, Social Media Coordinator, joins TheWrap by way of Cleveland, Ohio. She began as an intern for TheWrap in the summer of 2012 and jumped at the opportunity to join the staff as Social Media Coordinator in January 2013. In addition to providing the occasional off-beat joke, she also provides the office dog, Gaston. She can be reached at


Mikey Glazer, Parties Columnist, has been covering events since his kindergarten's Valentine's Day cookie party, graduating to the Hollywood party circuit. He has contributed from behind the velvet rope for, US Weekly and  Southwestern Law School's entertainment law site. He created the popular live celebrity sightings feed, @CelebSightings. Please send invitations here.

Ira Teinowitz, Washington correspondent, is the former Washington Bureau Chief of Advertising Age and of Television Week and has covered a wide range of business, political and government issues  for newspapers, wire services, magazines and the web. He can be reached at

Pamela Chelin covers legal beat for TheWrap.