With awards season in full effect, the Golden Globes unveiled its nominations last month, which was led by Netflix original films such as Marriage Story and The Irishman.

December also ushered an in-depth look at Warner Bros.’ latest brand and logo refresh ahead of the company’s centennial anniversary. After years of having the same look, design firm Pentagram helped position the entertainment studio as it embraces the streaming era and its diverse library of content.

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5. Oleg Korenfeld Named President of Troika Media Group

Korenfeld, who served as global chief platforms officer at Wavemaker, made the move to Troika Media Group to help introduce data and technology into the company’s core offerings.

4. ‘Rick and Morty,’ Pringles Partner to Launch ‘Pickle Rick’ Flavored Chips

Pringles is no stranger to developing innovative, out-of-the-box flavors. But this time around, the chip company partnered with Adult Swim to launch a flavor inspired by Rick and Morty’s famed character—Pickle Rick.

3. Paramount Network Heads ‘Home for the Holidays’ with the USO

Paramount Network partnered with the USO (United Service Organizations) to honor the troops with a dedicated “Home for the Holidays” programming event throughout the month of December.

2. Netflix Dominates 2020 Golden Globe Nominations

Although HBO and Amazon Prime garnered the most wins from this year’s awards ceremony, Netflix earned 34 total nods split evenly across both movies and TV.

1. Warner Bros. Celebrates 100 Years with Brand, Logo Refresh

WB Animation from Pentagram on Vimeo.

As Warner Bros. looks toward its centennial anniversary in 2023, the entertainment studio unveiled a refreshed logo and brand identity, led by design firm Pentagram, to take them into the modern era.

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