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  • The Morning Fix: Can 'Smash' be a smash. The Oscar-voting rabbi.

     
    Box-office preview. A look at L.A. ad agencies playing in the Super Bowl. Can NBC's "Smash" hit the right notes?...
  • HFPA's Berk testifies in Globes trial, contradicts CBS' Moonves

     
    HFPA Chairman Philip Berk testified in the legal battle over TV rights for the Golden Globes trial....
  • Tensions with partners of Golden Globes broadcast are nothing new

     
    The relationship between the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. and Dick Clark Productions -- partners in the television broadcast of the Golden Globes Awards show -- started to sour long before the two sides ended up in court, a former president of the...
  • The Morning Fix: Golden Globes TV trial nears end. 'War' delayed.

     
    Golden Globe trial wraps with judge asking for deal. Time Warner earnings. This Means War release delayed....
  • Golden Globes trial ends; decision now rests with judge

     
    The contentious legal battle over television rights for the Golden Globes awards ended Friday. Now a federal judge will decide whether the rights rest with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association of Dick Clark Productions, which has produced the show...
  • Judge urges Dick Clark Prods. and HFPA to settle Globes fight

     
    As the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions wrapped up their respective arguements in the legal battle over who controls the television rights to the Golden Globes awards show, the judge in the case implored both sides to...
  • Sacha Baron Cohen takes his Oscars war to the media

     
    Sacha Baron Cohen called into "Today" on Friday as his "Dictator" character to protest his ban from the Oscars red carpet. Although Sacha Baron Cohen is still invited to attend the Oscars, the motion picture academy has said he's not allowed to show up in...
  • Golden Globes trial delayed

     
    The courtroom battle over the sale of Golden Globes television rights between the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions has been delayed because Judge Valerie Baker Fairbank has said she is unable to preside over the trial....
  • Golden Globes to air on NBC in 2012

     
    Despite being at odds, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Dick Clark Productions and NBC have made a one-year deal to broadcast the event on Jan. 15, 2012....
  • Golden Globes' Truce: Awards show will air on NBC Jan. 15

     
    Golden Globes interim deal: On Friday morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., creator and owner of the high-profile Golden Globes awards ceremony, Dick Clark Productions, which produces the show, and broadcaster NBC plan to announce that they have...
  • Fight between Dick Clark Productions and Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. gets nastier

     
    The fight between the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. and Dick Clark Productions over the Golden Globe Awards television deal with NBC is getting uglier. At issue is a the TV deal Dick Clark Productions signed last year to keep the......