The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is going back to court to appeal Dick Clark Productions’ recent victory in the battle over who owns the TV rights to the Golden Globes. In a court ordered Joint Status Report submitted Monday to Judge Howard A. Matz, the HFPA’s lawyers said that they intend to file a motion in the next 30 days for an immediate appeal. The HFPA are also seeking to have resolution of the case’s so-called Phase II issues, including Golden Globe digital rights, pre-show rights, social media use and dcp’s accounting methods, put on ice while their fast tracked Phase I appeal goes ahead.
First day testimony continued Tuesday in the Los Angeles trial over broadcast rights to the Golden Globes, as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association pressed its case against Dick Clark Productions. Read Post
Freelance writer Dominic Patten is a Deadline contributor The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions are still so far apart in the battle over who owns TV rights to the Golden Globes that they can’t even deci... Read Post
As expected, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association tonight filed a motion seeking an immediate appeal in the Golden Globes case. On April 30, the HFPA lost the non-jury trial to Dick Clark Productions over who owns the TV rights t... Read Post