Golden Globes History: Into The Digital Age (2000-2018)

by Ana Maria Bahiana December 27, 2018
Adele and Jamie Foxx
Taraji Henson and Lady Gaga at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, January 2016
Director Alejandro Inarritu and Actor Leonardo diCaprio
Actress Meryl Streep, Golden Globe winner and nominee, accepts her Cecil B. deMille award
Isabelle Huppert, Golden Globe winner
Amy Schumer, Noah Schnapp, Ben Hanisch, Caleb McLaughlin, Millie Bobby Brown, and Finn Wolfhard
Oprah Winfrey, Cecil B. deMille recipient
Eva Longoria, Salma Hayek, Ashley Judd and Debra Messing at the 2018 Golden Globes

The new century starts rough: a blast of horror and fear, wars and financial crisis. But the digital era can't, won't be stopped. The expansion of the internet over broadband changes how we communicate, work and move. And, ultimately, how we enjoy ourselves. The digital age is upon us and, two decades into the new century, has already completely transformed the entertainment industry. We take in our visual stories everywhere, now - home, gym, theater, on the go. Celluloid is a relic. New distribution channels challenge the established powers-that-be, creating new opportunities for talent behind and in front of the camera and bringing new narratives to the forefront. The Golden Globes follow these transformations closely, quickly recognizing new projects, faces and ideas - and the growing power and creativity of what used to be simply "TV", and now lives on any device we choose. Our annual gala is a major success all over the world, one of the top awards events of the season. The Association has a strong presence online and on social media,engaging a new generation of fans. The possibilities are endless.