It was only a matter of time before the Hollywood foreign press met its comeuppance. The Golden Globes have been living on borrowed time, albeit highflying, party filled, and over the top. And it didn’t just start with Pia Zadora.
The group that was once assailed by the F.C.C. steadily gained influence in Hollywood over the years until scrutiny of its practices and lack of diversity led NBC to say it would not air its show in 2022.
Without the Golden Globes’ marketing push, Hollywood must deal with a new awards season landscape.
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The pandemic pushed media organizations out of their newsrooms and drastically changed several aspects of the journalism profession. Emily Barr, President and CEO of television broadcasting group Graham Media Group, had to send most of
The ex-president’s blog has drawn a considerably smaller audience than his once-powerful social media accounts, according to engagement data.
After the tributes to the late Nick Kamen prompted a flood of retrospectives about Levi’s 1986 Laundrette ad, The Drum asks creatives from around the world whether they think ads from today’s era will stand the test of time, just like BBH’s classic from the golden age of TV.
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Marie Claire U.S. had been part of Hearst since 1994 in a joint venture with French company Marie Claire Album.
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Editor’s note: This story has been updated with new information.