Golden Globes Reveal Nomination and Ceremony Dates, New Membership Board of Directors

The 2024 Golden Globes are officially on the calendar. On Thursday, the date of next year’s ceremony was revealed, and the awards show’s newly formed membership board of directors was also unveiled.

Nominations for the 2024 Golden Globes will be revealed on Dec. 11, while the ceremony is scheduled to take place on Jan. 7. However, the writers’ and actors’ unions remain on strike, which so far have delayed other awards shows such as the Emmys.

The new membership board is responsible for selecting, ratifying and accrediting journalists as voting members for the Golden Globes. Golden Globes president Helen Hoehne will oversee the committee, with Tim Gray, former awards editor and senior vice president of Variety, joining as executive vice president.

“The newly implemented board reflects a diverse group of distinguished leaders across the entertainment industry with a range of subject matter expertise and backgrounds,” the Globes said in a statement.

Judy Lung, Neil Phillips, Javier Porta Fouz, Gerardo Prat, Elisabeth Sereda and Barbaros Tapan have also been named members of the board. Prat, Sereda and Tapan have already served as Golden Globe members, while the rest are joining the organization for the first time.

“We are proud of how the Golden Globes has evolved over the past two years and where the organization is headed,” Hoehne said. “With its unique international footprint and global perspective on the entertainment world, this esteemed and trusted board truly sets the Golden Globes apart as an organization intent on recognizing achievements in film and television with superior credibility and integrity.”

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association previously organized the Golden Globes. However, the group was dissolved in 2023 following diversity and ethics scandals that resulted in the awards show being pulled off the air in 2022.

Dick Clark Productions and Eldredge acquired all the rights and assets of the Globes last June and DCP and its partners will plan, promote and host the awards. DCP is a subsidiary of Penske Media Corp., which also owns WWD and Variety, among other titles.

Source link

About The Author

Scroll to Top