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February 6, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Sony Pictures said Relativity Media would provide funds to co-finance the studio's films over the next five years. Relativity Media Holdings I will provide revolving credit to invest in "a majority" of films released by Sony's Columbia Pictures studio. The agreement comes less than a week after Los Angeles-based Relativity Media, led by Ryan Kavanaugh, announced the creation of a film finance fund with money provided by Citigroup Inc.
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February 28, 2008 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Universal Pictures and Relativity Media are teaming up with their most sweeping movie co-financing deal to date, adding more than $1 billion to the already massive infusion of outside cash into Hollywood. The studio and Relativity Capital, a partnership between deal maker Ryan Kavanaugh's West Hollywood-based Relativity Media and the New York hedge fund Elliott Associates, will co-finance at least 75% of Universal's movies through 2011, the companies said Wednesday.
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February 28, 2008 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Universal Pictures and Relativity Media are teaming up with their most sweeping movie co-financing deal to date, adding more than $1 billion to the already massive infusion of outside cash into Hollywood. The studio and Relativity Capital, a partnership between deal maker Ryan Kavanaugh's West Hollywood-based Relativity Media and the New York hedge fund Elliott Associates, will co-finance at least 75% of Universal's movies through 2011, the companies said Wednesday.
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February 6, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Sony Pictures said Relativity Media would provide funds to co-finance the studio's films over the next five years. Relativity Media Holdings I will provide revolving credit to invest in "a majority" of films released by Sony's Columbia Pictures studio. The agreement comes less than a week after Los Angeles-based Relativity Media, led by Ryan Kavanaugh, announced the creation of a film finance fund with money provided by Citigroup Inc.
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