Probably Hollywood is because he was the most mogul-friendly of any Los Angeles Times publisher in a long time. But not me because of precisely that reason. I was out of the office when the news broke. But the Big Media moguls needn’t worry. It’s more than likely that Hiller’s successor will be even cozier with Hollywood to try to win back movie ad dollars.
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