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May 2021
The Golden Globes will not air in 2022, according to NBC, after years of controversy and a recent L.A. Times investigation into the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s membership and financial and ethical practices. This year the show saw a 60% drop in viewership over 2020 and provide a $20-million rebate to NBC to alleviate the...
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Legal professionals who focus their practice on entertainment law are in great demand in showbusiness. Garnering the respect of people within the  entertainment industry often requires exceptional skill in many areas and a track record of success on clients’ behalf. Entertainment lawyers can help address the needs of writers, producers, directors, actors, management companies, talent...
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15 former producers with Hell’s Kitchen studio Tinopolis may be hitting the production company with a class-action-style lawsuit since being denied profit from a restructuring deal. Tinopolis is one of Britain’s largest production groups, and with revenue dips, due to COVID-19, the Executive chairman Ron Jones led a restructuring deal. However, the 15 producers question if COVID-19 was...
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BMG CEO Hartwig Masuch stated last month that the company’s “fairness agenda… isn’t some kind of hobby, separate from our business strategy – it’s integral to it”. As a result, BMG appears stepping their royalty payment processing up by a whole month for all songwriters and copyright holders. Although the company said that they are...
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