Golden Globes: 71st Ceremony to Air in More Than 160 Territories
France's Canal Plus, Denmark's TV2 and China's CCTV Movie Channel are among the networks that will air the three-hour event, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
The Golden Globes are again going global with Alfred Haber Distribution closing deals for the three-hour awards ceremony in more than 160 territories worldwide.
The 71st Golden Globes, which Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will again co-host, is set to air live on NBC on January 12. Dick Clark Productions are producing together with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Alfred Haber has closed deals for the Globes with multiple channels around the world including France's Canal Plus, E! Entertainment in the U.K., Denmark's TV2, Viacom 18 Media in India, the CCTV Movie Channel in China, AXN in Japan and the Turner network across Latin America.
Haber said the sales for “Hollywood's Party of the Year,” emphasized the Globe's continuing popularity amid increasing competition from other entertainment galas.
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