Keegan, Terence
July 2007
Daily Variety;7/16/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 73, pA5
Trade Publication
The article profiles Mark Cuban, co-owner of U.S. home video distributor Magnolia Entertainment, and Randy Wells, head of home entertainment. Wells directs DVD campaigns for about 25 titles a year, including releases in media properties co-owned by Cuban and Todd Wagner. Wells has released Magnolia Pictures' "Enron" and the Korean hit "The Host."


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