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SFX Entertainment Acquires Perryscope Productions (The Wall Street Transcript)

“Bob Sillerman and his senior management team have assembled some of the brightest visionaries and brand builders in live entertainment, resulting in festivals and events that are the new gold standard” 39 more words

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Paul Greenberg, former CEO of College Humor, is now President of SFX Entertainment

Paul Greenberg has been the CEO of College Humor, an online entity whose sole purpose was to get people in their twenties to laugh. Now, he’s managed to become president of… 135 more words

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Will Tomorrowland Survive MTV?

Tomorrowland will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. This year the festival will run over two weekends (July 18-20 and 25-27). The 360,000 available tickets sold out within an hour of going on sale. 234 more words

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elevate DIGITAL raises $3 Mio funding from SFX Ent.

elevate DIGITAL announced this week that it has secured USD 3 million in funding from SFX Entertainment, the leading producer of live events and digital entertainment content focused exclusively on electronic music culture (EMC) and other world-class festivals. 203 more words

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The Aftermath of SFX Entertainment

Electronic dance music has evolved from its underground presence, to its emergence on the spotlight on Wall Street. The countless concerts that have been taking place through different providers are slowly coming towards one merge, a universal company that will house all of them under one banner. 824 more words

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Michael Lang A Woodstock Co-Founder Teams Up With SFX For New Festival

Michael Lang, one of the original founders of Woodstock, teams up with EDM promters SFX to start a new festival. The festival would take place this summer in July and brings over 500 acts back to Saugerties, New York. 111 more words

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SFX Entertainment Faces Lawsuit; Stock Plummets By 8%

Robert Sillerman, SFX Entertainment founder and CEO aka the Wolf of EDM Street, has found his rivals in the form of three disgruntled music-managers. Paolo Moreno, Lawrence Vavra and Gabriel Moreno, claim that the acquirement and consolidation of multiple music festivals and promoters under the brand name SFX was initially their idea, and are demanding $2.5 million dollars each in “founders shares” from the company that is valued at $1 billion, but whose stock recently fell by 8% due to the bad publicity. 104 more words

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