Kaminsky caught in Riptide

Cyberbiz Brief

Industry vet Bob Kaminsky has joined sound-design and music-licensing company Riptide Music, which has relocated to Marina Del Rey after years with Culver City-based branding and design company Pittard Sullivan. Riptide specializes in music creation, consulting and supervision for movies and television.

Kaminsky has produced programming such as the “King Biscuit Flower Hour,” the Grammy Awards, Farm Aid and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. He co-founded video-on-demand company Intertainer and was its senior VP of programming and production, then worked as exec VP of content solutions for Pittard Sullivan.

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