Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Golden Globes Lawsuit

  • LOS ANGELES — Testimony concluded Tuesday in a trial that will decide whether the Golden Globe Awards remain on NBC through 2018 with a federal judge strongly urging both sides to settle before a ruling is necessary. U.S. District Judge A.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • It looks like CBS CEO Les Moonves now won't have to testify when the Golden Globes TV rights trial resumes Tuesday. Attorneys for both sides worked out an agreement over the weekend that Moonves' videotaped deposition should suffice. If Judge A.
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  • slapped DCP and its parent company Red Zone Capital with a lawsuit claiming its longtime producer "surreptitiously" renegotiated its television contract with NBC without its consent.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • However, perusing the list of Golden Globe nominees, it also seems to have been the year of the 40-something actress. Ageism is still alive and well in Hollywood -- no one is questioning that.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Were still one week, one Golden Globes ceremony, and potentially two inappropriate Utah, as The Billionaire Lawsuit Movie.

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