Five Buyers Submit Non-Binding Bids For NFL’s Denver Broncos

Five prospective buyers, including Walmart heir Rob Walton, have submitted non-binding bids for the NFL’s Denver Broncos, according to a person familiar with the process.

HFPA CEO Wants To Make Golden Globes For-Profit Venture, Add 200 Non-Member Voters

Hollywood Foreign Press Association Interim CEO Todd Boehly on Thursday confirmed his intention to institute radical changes to the embattled group behind the Golden Globe Awards: adding 200 new non-member voters and turning the nonprofit into a private, for-profit company that he would run.

Golden Globes Group Seeks To End Nonprofit Status

Todd Boehly, the hedge-fund billionaire and interim CEO of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, is seeking to merge the nonprofit organization behind the Golden Globe Awards with his for-profit company MRC Entertainment, which produces the annual awards show. The proposal has alarmed reform-minded members of the group and was discouraged as “unjustifiable” by a lawyer.

Dick Clark Prods. Looking For $1 Billion Sale

Dick Clark Productions, producer of the Golden Globe Awards and other Hollywood awards, is looking to sell to a Chinese buyer at a $1 billion valuation, according to an individual familiar with the talks.

Adweek’s Former Owner May Be Returning

Adweek Parent Exploring A Sale

Guggenheim Spinning Off THR, Billboard

Guggenheim Sells Hollywood Reporter, Other Trades