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  • Doug Morris

    Doug Morris to Exit Sony Music at the End of March

    UPDATED: Doug Morris, the only person to be the top executive at all three major music companies, has secured funding for a new label and will exit his post as non-executive chairman of Sony Music Entertainment at the end of March, sources tell Variety. A report in Hits says that the new company will be called 12 [...]

  • Oprah Responds to Trump Tweet Claiming

    Oprah Responds to Trump's Tweet Claiming Bias in '60 Minutes' Segment

    In a visit to “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday, Oprah Winfrey responded to Donald Trump’s attacks on her recent “60 Minutes” segment, where he called her “very insecure.” During Winfrey’s panel, she explored America’s division during Trump’s presidency. The segment came shortly after her powerful speech at the Golden Globes, which led many to speculate [...]

  • Music Theatre International

    Drew Cohen Named Global CEO of Music Theatre International

    Drew Cohen has been appointed to the newly created position of global chief executive officer at Music Theatre International, one of the theater industry’s major theatrical licensing agencies. Cohen will also continue to serve as president of the company, where he has worked for 15 years. Overseeing daily business and leading MTI’s recent expansion into [...]

  • 'Daily Show's' Michelle Wolf to Host

    'Daily Show' Contributor Michelle Wolf to Host White House Correspondents' Dinner

    WASHINGTON — Michelle Wolf, a contributor to “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” will be the featured entertainer at this year’s White House Correspondents’ Assn. dinner. The dinner will be held on April 28. “I’m delighted to announce ‘Nice Lady’ Michelle Wolf as our featured entertainer this year,” Margaret Talev, president of the WHCA, said. [...]

  • Harvey Weinstein ousted

    Weinstein Co. Sued by Lindt Chocolatier Over Canceled Golden Globes Party

    A manufacturer of chocolate truffles sued the Weinstein Co. on Wednesday, alleging it has not been reimbursed for its sponsorship of the company’s canceled Golden Globes party. Lindt & Sprungli is the latest alleged casualty of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, claiming in a suit filed in New York Supreme Court that it is owed $133,000. [...]

  • Pandora Shares Surge as Fourth-Quarter Subscription

    Pandora Shares Surge as Fourth-Quarter Subscription Revenue Climbs 63%

    Pandora reported mixed financial results for the fourth quarter of 2017, but its shares jumped more than 9 percent after it reported a substantial growth in subscription revenue. The company reported a 63% increase in subscription revenue, bringing its yearly total to $97.7 million. It also reported 5.48 million subscribers, up 25% year over year, and [...]

  • Eric Schneiderman

    Weinstein Co. Deal Moving Ahead After Three-Hour Meeting With Attorney General

    A $500 million deal to sell the Weinstein Co. appears to be on firmer footing after a 3.5-hour meeting Wednesday at the office of the New York attorney general. Investor Ron Burkle, the key financier behind the deal, met with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and attorneys from his office. Also participating was Maria Contreras-Sweet, the [...]

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