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Janice Min      

Co-President and Chief Creative Officer, Entertainment Group The Hollywood Reporter

Janice Min has been profiled in The New York Times and Elle for her makeover of The Hollywood Reporter. As the editor of US Weekly for six years she doubled the magazine’s audience to 13 million and it garnered publishing’s highest honors, including Advertising Age‘s Magazine of the Year and AdWeek‘s Editor of the Year. Min was named one of the New York Post’s Most Powerful Women, described as having an “Oprah-esque power over celebrity culture” by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and is an in-demand expert for The Today Show, CNN, ET, Good Morning America, and other national outlets. Her book, How to Look Hot in a Minivan: A Real Woman’s Guide to Losing Weight, Looking Great, and Dressing Chic in the Age of the Celebrity Mom, is inspired by the celebrity moms documented within the pages of US Weekly and aimed at moms everywhere who want to experience that pampered life. She is married and the mother of two children.

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How to Look Hot in a Minivan

Inspired by her book, Janice Min helps moms everywhere realize their inner star. Not only celebrities can be fabulous after having babies. Min divulges the secrets behind celebrities' seemingly effortless postpartum style by serving up practical, honest, and often surprising advice for all the moms out there.

The Life of an Editor

Janice Min chronicles her illustrious career as a magazine editor for both The Hollywood Reporter and US Weekly. Her stories and words will give audiences everywhere not only a peek into the life of an editor, but also into the glitzy bubble of Hollywood.

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