Oscars organisers are to continue regulating accountancy organisation PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) notwithstanding a best film mix-up.
PwC had taken shortcoming for a “unacceptable” mistake that saw La La Land poorly announced as a leader instead of Moonlight, a Academy said.
Its president, Cheryl Boone Isaacs, wrote in a minute to members that new manners will also meant electronic inclination are criminialized backstage.
PwC’s Brian Cullinan was held posting Twitter photos only before a mix-up.
PriceWaterhouseCoopers depends a votes and organises a envelopes being handed out during a ceremony. Mr Cullinan was a accountant who gave a wrong pouch to actor Warren Beatty, ensuing in the fumble during final month’s ceremony.
Ms Boone Isaacs said: “From a night of a rite by today, PwC has taken full shortcoming for a mistake.
“After a consummate review, including an endless display of revised protocols and desirous controls, a house has motionless to continue operative with PwC.”
The firm’s US authority and comparison partner Tim Ryan will now take a “greater slip role” during destiny ceremonies.
A third chairman will also turn partial of PwC’s on-site group during a Oscars. This particular will have believe of a endowment winners and will lay in a control room with a show’s executive via a event, she added.
Just before a best design announcement, Mr Cullinan tweeted a backstage print of La La Land’s best singer leader Emma Stone, mins before handing presenters Beatty and Faye Dunaway a pouch for best singer in a heading role, rather than best picture.
Ms Boone Isaacs pronounced Mr Cullinan’s daze caused a error.
Mr Cullinan and his associate PwC accountant Martha Ruiz were told they would never work during a Oscars again. It was a awards’ many high-profile blunder given they began in 1929.
PwC pronounced a accountants done “a array of mistakes” and unsuccessful to follow determined backstage protocols.