Rebecca M. Ford is a multimedia journalist living in Los Angeles. Currently a staff editor at The Hollywood Reporter, Rebecca enjoys writing about television, film, pop culture, travel and Los Angeles.
At The Hollywood Reporter, Rebecca covers film, television and music news at one of the industry’s leading entertainment websites. She’s interviewed filmmakers, showrunners, actors and musicians and covered movie premieres and junkets. See her work here.
At her previous job, as the managing editor of University Link Magazine, Rebecca oversaw all of the editorial content of the print, monthly magazine with 25,000 subscribers. She managed a team of 20 freelance writers, all of them current college students. She coordinated and conducted interviews with celebrities, including Kobe Bryant and Taylor Swift.
Previously, Rebecca was a TV and pop culture editor at Metromix.com. She interviewed celebrities including Nicolas Cage, Paris Hilton and the cast of “True Blood.”
Rebecca has lived and worked in San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Hawaii and Los Angeles. She has had work published in Hollywood Patch, The Los Angeles Times- The GUIDE, The Huffington Post, The Honolulu Weekly, Ms. Magazine, East West Magazine, Metromix Los Angeles and Los Angeles Magazine, among others.
Rebecca attended UC Santa Barbara, and received a B.A. in visual communication from Hawaii Pacific University in 2006. She went on to receive an M.A. in print journalism from USC’s Annenberg School of Communication on May 16, 2008.
A fan of art, film and the Oakland A’s, Rebecca currently lives in Los Angeles in an apartment run by her two cats.