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2014 Golden Globes to air in more than 160 territories worldwide

Broadcasters in 160-plus territories around the world have signed up to air the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, which will be shown live on NBC in the U.S. on January 12.

The three-hour broadcast marks the 71st annual event.

World Screen reports that among those on board to broadcast the event are Canal+ (France), Foxtel (Australia), Bangkok Broadcasting (Thailand), CCTV Movie Channel (China), AXN (Japan), E! Entertainment (U.K.), Turner (Latin America), Cignal TV (Philippines) and FOX International Channels Asia. Also set for the broadcast are M-Net (Africa), Viacom 18 Media (India), TV2 (Denmark), Doğuş (Turkey), Intervision (Greece) and TV2 (Norway).

“In what has become fondly referred to as ‘Hollywood’s Party of the Year,’ the Golden Globes continue to be the world’s top film and television awards show each and every season,” commented Alfred Haber, the founder of the event’s distributor AHDI. “Our sales, reaching every corner of the world, once again emphasize the popularity of this gala event.”