Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment has expanded the duties of chief financial officer Matthew Velkes to include the newly created post of chief operating officer. Velkes has been CFO since 2006…
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Wood Creek Capital Management has purchased the Concord Music Group from Village Roadshow Entertainment Group. Sources close to the transaction expect it officially close on Friday. Wood Creek made…
A 25-year-old man was charged with murder in connection with a shooting at a central Texas gun range that killed former Navy SEAL and "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and his friend, the Texas…
Cutting Edge Group has signed financing deals for "Don Jon's Addiction" and "Dead Man Down" in exchange for providing music services to the films.
Cutting Edge has teamed with Wood Creek Capital Management to purchase Varese Sarabande Records for an undisclosed price.
Billy Schrank, a music executive who worked on several soundtracks at studios including Warner Bros., Paramount, Disney and Columbia Pictures, died of complications from a stroke in Los Angeles on…
Public Enemy, Rush, Heart, Randy Newman, Albert King and Donna Summer round out an eclectic group of inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which the Cleveland-based org announced today.
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TV veteran Lance Reddick ("Fringe") is in negotiations to join the cast of Sony's action drama "White House Down," which Roland Emmerich is directing from a script by James Vanderbilt.
Universal is moving ahead on sci-fier "Prosthesis," tapping "Walking Dead" writer-producer Scott M. Gimple to pen the script.
In concert tracker Pollstar's wrap of the 2011 concert biz, U2's 360 tour was the dominant road show internationally, grossing $156 million in North America and $231 million worldwide.
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