Citations with the tag: MCKENZIE Group Ltd
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- New Academy venue set to open in Glasgow.
// Music Week; 12/7/2002, Issue 49, p2
Reports on the opening of another venue of McKenzie Group in Scotland in March 2003.
- Bristol venue gets face-lift to woo clients.
// Event; Feb2002, p7
Reports on the renovation of Bristol Academy by the McKenzie Group in a bid to attract more corporate business in Great Britain as of February 1, 2002. Scope of the internal developments; Amenities of the facility.
- Venue group agrees ï¿½3m sponsor deal.
// Event; Feb2003, p5
Reports that venue owner McKenzie Group has signed a sponsorship deal with brewing giant Carling. Value of the deal; Terms under the deal.
- Carling tightens musical ties with Â£3m venues deal.
Mason, Tania // Marketing (00253650); 12/19/2002, p1
Reports that Carling has signed a three-year deal with McKenzie Group to rename some of Great Britain's top venues as part of its mission to own live music events. Venues that will be rebranded; Information about shareholders of McKenzie Group.
Northcote, John // Music Week; 3/12/2005, Issue 11, p18
This article presents an interview of John Northcote who is CEO of Academy Music Group, which until recently was known at the McKenzie Group Ltd. It runs a number of venues around the country, including the Music Week Award-winning Shepherd's Bush Empire. It's different in that the shareholders...
- McKenzie nets Marquee site for own chain.
Northcote, John // Event; Jul/Aug2003, p8
Reports on the move of McKenzie Group to buy the Marquee Club in Islington, London, England from BDO Stoy and Delancey. Decision to rename the club; List of music venues owned by McKenzie.
- news file.
Northcote, John // Music Week; 5/17/2003, Issue 19, p2
Presents news events about the music industry. Announcement by BMG of financial losses for the first quarter of 2003; Efforts of SMG to invite rock stars to support its bid for a West Midlands radio station license; Decision of the McKenzie group to extend the Carling Academy brand to the north...
- Academy firm buys Liverpool music facility.
Northcote, John // Event; Jun2003, p9
Reports on the music venue purchased by McKenzie Group, which runs the Carling Acedemy chain of music venues, in Liverpool, England. Information on the venue; Investment in the refurbishment of the venue; Venues owned by McKenzie; Deal between Virgin Mobile and McKenzie.
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Billboard; 7/12/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 28, p47
Presents world news briefs on the music industry as of July 12, 2003. Takeover of Marquee music venue by the McKenzie Group; Details on the industry's revenues for 2002; Information on the rock imprint launched by Edel Italy called Volume.
- Carling Academy plan for steady expansion.
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Music Week; 9/4/2004, Issue 35, p4
Reports on the expansion plans of the Carling Academy chain. Chief executive John Northcote's management buy-out of the live music venue operator McKenzie Group Ltd.; Promoter investors; Spending of Royal London Private Equity Ltd. in the venue operator.
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Music Week; 10/2/2004, Issue 39, p2
Presents news briefs related to the music industry in Great Britain as of October 2, 2004. Adrian Serle's appointment as managing director of Emap's West Midlands radio station; McKenzie Group Ltd.'s appointment of Jonathan Wing as group booker for Academy Events; Acts taking part in a concert...
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Music Week; 6/12/2004, Issue 23, p2
Presents news updates on the music industry, compiled as of June 12, 2004. V2TV's acquistion of the rights to the compilation brand, Pure R&B; Signing of Sigur Ros by EMI; Agreement between McKenzie Group and the Arts Council England.
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Music Week; 7/17/2004, Issue 28, p2
Reports developments related to the music industry in Great Britain as of July 2004. Series of concerts hosted by McKenzie Group Ltd.; Return of disc jockey Tony Horne to host the radio show of Metro Radio; Appointment of disc jockey Sam Jackson as the new music head of Radio Forth.
- Rebranded Marquee to reopen in September under Academy banner.
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Music Week; 7/5/2003, Issue 26, p2
Reports on the plan of national music venue operator McKenzie Group Ltd. to open a third site in Great Britain, after completing negotiations with the Marquee administrators to buy the north London club in England. Implication of McKenzie's acquisition of the Marquee; Terms of the strategic...
- News: Briefs.
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Marketing (00253650); 5/12/2004, p5
Presents news briefs related to marketing firms in Great Britain as of May 12, 2004. Plans of Sainsbury's to add 40 products to its Be Good to Yourself range; Relaunch of Petits Filous fromage frais by Yoplait Dairy Crest to emphasize its nutritional value for young children; Deal between Xbox...
Ferguson, Tom; Spahr, Wolfgang; Worden, Mark; Brandle, Lars // Music Week; 6/19/2004, Issue 24, p2
The article presents information related to music broadcasting. A new three-year marketing deal between Capital Group Cos. Inc. and McKenzie Group Ltd. will see Xfm radio station become McKenzie's exclusive radio partner, with the venue operator carrying the radio station's branding throughout...
Brandle, Lars; McClure, Steve // Billboard; 9/18/2004, Vol. 116 Issue 38, p56
Presents the latest developments in the sound recording industry from around the world as of 2004. Amount of money invested by Royal London Private Equity in operator McKenzie Group; Terms of the transaction between the two companies; Career background of Osamu Sato, new chairman of the...
Brandle, Lars; McClure, Steve // Music Week; 2/14/2004, Issue 6, p2
Presents the news events related to the music industry. Details of McKenzie Group's Carling Academy Brixton winning the Time Out Live Awards 2004 for the live venue of the year; Impact of a series of positive announcements on the radio industry; Performances of Sting, Pharell Williams, Dave...
Ferguson, Tom; Eliezer, Christie; Brandle, Lars; Mcclure, Steve // Billboard; 12/14/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 50, p48
Presents news briefs on the recording industry as of December 14, 2002. Appointment of Harry Hui, president of Universal Music Southeast Asia, for the World Economic Forum's global leaders for tomorrow; Acquisition of a former cinema in Glasgow, Scotland by McKenzie Group Limited; Partnership...
Ferguson, Tom; McClure, Steve; Bhushan, Nyay; Koranteng, Juliana // Billboard; 2/26/2005, Vol. 117 Issue 9, p52
Presents updates on events and issues related to the music trade as of February 26, 2005. Move of McKenzie Group, a British venue operator, to rebrand itself as Academy Music Group; Organizational and personnel changes made by Tower Records Japan; Move of EMI Music India to license Warner...
- EUROPEAN PROMOTERS ARE BULLISH ON YEAR'S TOURING PROSPECTS.
Koranteng, Juliana // Billboard; 3/8/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 10, pEQ-1
Discusses the concert touring business in Europe. Belief of Europe's leading promoters and venue owners that the touring business soars during times of uncertainty, such as with the global economic slump; Effect of a pending war with Iraq on the concert tour industry; Success of Clear Channel...