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- n. those involved in providing entertainment: radio and television and films and theater
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The entertainment industry and business were rife with fellow travelers, and I founded Red Crosscurrents to help weed out radicals and subversives.
He was ranked as top entertainment industry analyst for a record ten years by Institutional Investor magazine and was the senior entertainment industry analyst at Merrill Lynch for seventeen years.
A graduate of Columbia University based in Washington, D.C., Mr. Sweeting has covered various aspects of the entertainment industry since 1984, including stints at Billboard, New York Post and Music Week in the United Kingdom.
U.S. Digital Gaming, a venture backed by prominent casino executives, on Monday is expected to name Jon Richmond , a former entertainment industry executive, as its new CEO—placing a bet that online gambling will become legal in the U.S.
Garey, include venture-capital strategies, delineated by AFI Conservatory Dean Sam L Grogg based on his experience as a principal of FilmDallas, and widen to an overview from entertainment industry analyst Harold L. Vogel of Vogel Capital Management in New York.
The California Labor Code and Business and Professions Code lay out the requirements for licensing on the part of those who solicit employment opportunities for people in the entertainment industry and the rules of professional conduct for lawyers.
It will examine the selling practices of a mainstream entertainment industry that…has become increasingly dependent on abductions, maimings, decapitations and other mayhem….