LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) Approximately 22 people have reportedly been laid off at the Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group as well as at its corporate owner, Valence Media.
Dana Miller, chief marketing officer for both trade magazines, is one of the casualties, sources told Variety, as well as several of her staff at the New York office. Billboard magazine managing editor Jayme Klock is also considered to have left the company but a source told Variety that Klock had left Billboard late last year.
THR-Billboard was acquired by Valence last February, along with Dick Clark Productions and producer Media Rights Capital.
A Valence representative declined to comment on the report.