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Besides the high priced photographs Icon also plans to sell mass market products with imagery from the archive, Mr. Ingrassia said. (BMG labels like RCA and Arista also have archives with potentially valuable imagery.) He added that he hoped Icon could eventually grow into “a seven figure business.” That’s far less than a hit album earns, but in this economic climate, perhaps every million counts.”We have a remarkable archive at Warner,” said Gregg Goldman, executive vice president of Rhino Entertainment, the division of the Warner Music Group that handles the company’s catalog, “and we’re looking at various ways to turn that into a business, along with the cooperation of our artists.”.
But film audiences don’t want to spend too much movie time watching beer labels on screen; there’s a not so fine line between establishing reality and pitching a hard sell. And in some films, the presence of any consumer goods would be an unwelcome intrusion. New Line’s “Mortal Kombat” has dominated the box office for the past two weeks without benefit of a single close up of familiar chips, candy, soda or beer..
TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) You might say it’s the nuts and volts of the story. As temperatures have slipped down, to stay warm, people all over the region have been turning up their heaters and that’s where the problem begins. Often, individuals make the mistake of treating disability retirement claims under FERS and CSRS as if it was a Social Security claim. However, the “official diagnosis”, or name of the disability, is not important for disability retirement claims. Instead, it is the relationship between the symptoms one has, and the impact of those symptoms upon the requirements of the job..
She previously interned at Cleveland Scene Magazine, and her writing and photography have appeared in Cosmopolitan Magazine and Cleveland Street Chronicle. In 2013, Nickoloff was awarded the Sharnoff prize for the best undergraduate poetry at Case, and in December of 2014, she participated in Project Interchange’s weeklong seminar in Israel as part of its Campus Media Leaders trip. Currently, she is training to contribute to Cellar Door Cleveland, a website dedicated to Cleveland’s arts and entertainment scene.