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June 4, 1999
Lou Mann has been named president of House of Blues Media Properties, a division of Los Angeles-based House of Blues Entertainment Inc. Mann, a former senior vice president and general manager of Capitol Records, will oversee House of Blues' globally distributed properties such as its interactive broadcast programming.
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BUSINESS
June 4, 1999
Lou Mann has been named president of House of Blues Media Properties, a division of Los Angeles-based House of Blues Entertainment Inc. Mann, a former senior vice president and general manager of Capitol Records, will oversee House of Blues' globally distributed properties such as its interactive broadcast programming.
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BUSINESS
November 11, 1999 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
House of Blues' flagship nightclub, a three-story corrugated metal shack on the Sunset Strip, sold out about 60% of its shows this year as fans rushed to see acts from Kenny Wayne Shepherd to No Doubt. Fans who couldn't score tickets or make it to Los Angeles for the shows were out of luck. But what if they could pay to watch the concerts live on their computers? Would they?
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July 24, 2000 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If anyone stood a chance of leading the record labels into the promised land of new technology, it was David Weekly. As a sophomore at Stanford University, the teenage programmer built one of the earliest MP3 jukeboxes on the Internet. And when this self-described "music addict" wrangled a summer job at Time Warner Inc.'s music division, he envisioned being part of a revolution that would change the way music is bought and sold, using the power of the Net.
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