Golden Globe Awards logo

Golden Globes Acquired By Dick Clark Productions & Eldridge; HFPA To Wind Down

Dick Clark Productions and Eldridge announced that they have acquired The Golden Globes from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assoc.

Peso Pluma in concert

Mexican Music Is Taking Over the World

You might have heard that Latin music was growing, but did you know it's even bigger now?

Prop Talk plus podcast eyebrow

‘Pride Month’ with Mellanie Urquiza and Nicole Ruby

On this special Pride Month episode of Prop Talk, we sit down with PMG members Mellanie Urquiza and Nicole Ruby to discuss their experiences as LGBTQ Property Masters.

Directors Guild of America logo

DGA & Hollywood Studios Reach “Historic” Tentative Deal On New Contract

The Directors Guild and the studios have reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract.

KITS Film Awards

A New Production Studio Helps Foster Youth Move into Hollywood

Nonprofit group Kids In the Spotlight debuts a 5,300-square-foot facility in Van Nuys, California, which productions can rent for shoots, table reads and castings while also hiring youth in the foster system as PAs.

GM vehicle in Succession

Production Insights

Why Virtual Product Placement Can Help Hollywood’s and Advertisers’ Sustainability Problem

Marjolein Duermeijer, chief content officer at Ryff on the significant benefit VPP has of reducing content productions’ carbon footprint.

The Office characters dining at Chili's

General Info

Why The Office’s Product Placement Was GOOD For The Show

The Office was a pretty unique show when it first release, and its product placement is a big example of this, with it eventually saving the show.

Three cans of Heinz tomato paste

Content Trends

Moods, not missions: how commerce brands can tap into buyer behavior

Kelly Badal of Impero stresses the power of evocative marketing for consumer brands, and how they can position themselves as part of the bigger picture.

Old TVs displayed in an exhibition

General Info

10 Takeaways from the 2023-2024 Upfronts: Few Celebs, Lots of Questions

In the months ahead, prepare for an onslaught of reality and game shows as networks pivot away from scripted content during the writers’ strike.

Newer results Older results