Janice Min

Janice Min dishes on the revealing dinner party with Steve Bannon and Roger Ailes that Michael Wolff writes about in “Fire and Fury.”
"I could really use your support ... I am desperate for your help."
Ginger Rogers didn't toe the line. She danced to her own tune to advance women in Hollywood for generations to come. Her message is on point today. What should women in Hollywood do to earn respect and equal pay and roles?
The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard will no longer rank women on annual media “power” lists, top editor Janice Min says
It's become increasingly difficult to sidestep the seemingly endless amount of postpartum-body negativity.
Either Min was coming off a serious bender when she wrote her piece in the Times, or she's playing us all for fools. Min has not, as the Amazon description claims, set "out to debunk some of Hollywood's biggest mommy myths."
The Hollywood Reporter's Janice Min is working on a new production: her third child, the editor has confirmed to us. Read
This past weekend HuffPost Women and HuffPost Parents hosted a panel at the 2011 BlogHer conference in San Diego. We live
This afternoon HuffPost Women and HuffPost Parents are sponsoring a conversation on an issue on all of our minds, what success
On an unusually clear day in West Hollywood last week, Janice Min took a seat at the Soho House, the full expanse of the