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October 11, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rising Tide to Market Zero Hour Records: Rising Tide Entertainment Chairman Doug Morris signed an exclusive marketing and distribution arrangement with Ray McKenzie, founder of New York-based Zero Hour Records, home to such acts as the Dirt Merchants and 22 Brides. The move follows the opening last week of Rising Tide's Nashville office with country manager Ken Levitan at the helm.
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October 11, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rising Tide to Market Zero Hour Records: Rising Tide Entertainment Chairman Doug Morris signed an exclusive marketing and distribution arrangement with Ray McKenzie, founder of New York-based Zero Hour Records, home to such acts as the Dirt Merchants and 22 Brides. The move follows the opening last week of Rising Tide's Nashville office with country manager Ken Levitan at the helm.
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November 27, 1995 | CHUCK PHILIPS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
MCA Music Entertainment Group Chairman Doug Morris is expected to announce a reorganization today that will include the appointment of Melvyn R. Lewinter as vice chairman of the record company and Zack Horowitz as president. The move comes just 12 days after Morris took over the reins of MCA Inc.'s music operations after the sudden ouster of former chairman Al Teller. MCA is 80% owned by Seagram Co.
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