As the Hollywood Foreign Press Association tries to get back on its feet after a 2021 report put the future of its Golden Globe Awards in jeopardy,

another group of entertainment journalists is facing questions of its own. This group doesn't have a multimillion-dollar TV deal, but it does have a

lot of famous people at its events. And because of problems within the Hollywood Critics Association, 10 of its members have left in the past few days

This is about 7 percent of the group's membership from just two weeks ago. The president of the group was among those who left. 

The Hollywood Critics Association was founded in 2016 as the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society. In October 2019, the name was changed to

the Hollywood Critics Association. Since 2018, the group has given awards for work in film, and since 2021, it has given awards for work in TV (the

latter, as of this year, at two separate ceremonies, one for streaming shows and the other for broadcast network and cable shows). Even though

HCA ceremonies aren't shown on TV, dozens of A-listers have attended, including Rami Malek, Mandy Moore, Andrew Garfield, and Sydney

Sweeney. They've also had hosts like Annaleigh Ashford and Tig Notaro (though Notaro had to drop out at the last minute because of a positive

COVID test), and CEOs like Tim Cook have tweeted about them. On August 13 and 14, the most recent HCA TV Awards ceremonies were held in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton hotel.

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