Sugar Glider Studios has tapped Amanda Mosher president. Based in Arcadia, the singer-songwriter is the granddaughter of “Leave It To Beaver” and “The Munsters” creator Bob Mosher Sr.
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Danny Gould has been upped to VP at Warner Bros.’ music division. Gould’s responsibility is to research pic music for period authenticity, availability and accreditation. He joined the WB wing in 1970 after stints at Revue Prods., Universal Pictures and Paramount Pictures.
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Whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on at Verve Records. The label has tapped David McDonagh VP of international marketing, named Jodi Petlin VP-media development & special projects, bumped Joan Pace to international marketing manager, upped Nate Herr to senior director of product development & alternative marketing, reslotted Chika Azuma in the art director post, appointed Dahlia Ambach publicity manager, and promoted Nichell Delvaille to production manager. McDonagh joins from Polygram Records; Petlin had been national publicity director at Verve; five-year Verve vet Pace joined the diskery from a contemporary jazz radio station.
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Keller Entertainment Group has named Barbara King VP-worldwide casting. She relocates to L.A. from Gotham, where she ran her own casting company.