Filmmaker Josh Wakely's production company, Grace, has acquired the worldwide rights to the Beatles' music catalog in an agreement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Grace will have the rights to the…
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Responding to the increasing demand for original music in reality television, which commands the majority of primetime programming across the channel spectrum, Sony/ATV Music Publishing's production…
Music publishing and rights management company Ole has acquired worldwide publishing rights to a glut of film and TV music from Sony Pictures Entertainment, the two companies announced July 2…
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The news that Sony is at least considering Third Point founder and CEO Daniel Loeb's proposal to partially spin off the company's entertainment assets seems to have unleashed a bevy of what-ifs.
The Broadway faithful (at least, the part that covers the Baby Boomer demographic ranging from “mature” to “doddering”) will have its mantra ready when cooler heads point out that “Motown: the…
Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. topper Michael Lynton has extended his contract as head of global entertainment for Sony Corporation. The company declined to disclose the length of the renewal…
Screenwriter-director Douglas McGrath has lined up a Broadway project, penning the book for "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," which is aiming for a Rialto run in spring 2014, according to the…
Aiming to enable greater flexibility for music supervisors, Extreme Music, the production library arm of Sony/ATV Music Publishing, is rolling out a cloud-based music editing service dubbed Customix.
Giant Sony Corp. said Friday it's agreed to sell its storied U.S. headquarters building in Gotham for $1.1 billion to a commercial real estate consortium led by the Chetrit group.
In a music publishing deal estimated at $90 million, BMG has acquired the catalogs of Virgin Music, Famous UK Music and select Sony/ATV and EMI Music Publishing writers.
Wrapping the biggest music publishing deal in history, an investor consortium led by Sony/ATV Music announced Friday that it had closed the $2.2 billion purchase of EMI Music Publishing.