Company Overview of Atlantic Recording Corp
Atlantic Recording Corp, a music studio, records and sells music. The company offers a portfolio of music collection sung by various artists for download, as well as facilitates the user to burn the tracks to a CD. It also sells music CDs and DVDs through its online store. The company was founded in 1947 and is based in New York, New York. Atlantic Recording Corp operates as a subsidiary of Warner Music Group Corp.
1290 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10104
Founded in 1947
Key Executives for Atlantic Recording Corp
Co-Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Chairman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer
President of Film & Television
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Atlantic Recording Corp Key Developments
Atlantic Records Promotes Kevin Weaver to President, Film & Television
Apr 30 14
Kevin Weaver has been promoted to the newly created position of President, Film & Television, for the Atlantic Records Group. Based in Los Angeles, he will also retain his current title of Executive Vice President, Atlantic Records Group, a post he has held since 2009. In his new post, Weaver will continue to oversee the creation and placement of Atlantic-affiliated music across all visual media -- including film, television, and video games -- as well as being responsible for developing and overseeing soundtrack projects, strategic alliances, media placements, licensing opportunities, and marketing initiatives. Most recently, Weaver spearheaded the deal for an NBC primetime concert special starring Coldplay, in conjunction with the May 19th release of their first album for Parlophone/Atlantic, Ghost Stories.
Atlantic Records Promotes Sam Riback to Senior Vice President and Head of West Coast A&R
Feb 3 14
Sam Riback has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Head of West Coast A&R for Atlantic Records. Riback, who joined Atlantic in 2002, relocated from New York City to the company's Burbank office in 2011. Rising through the ranks of Atlantic's A&R Department, Riback was appointed Vice President in 2011. Most recently, Riback was responsible for inking a deal between Atlantic and noted independent label Neon Gold.
Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records Sue over Unpaid Internships
Jun 18 13
A former intern has filed a class-action lawsuit against music labels Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records, following a recent spate of similar suits filed in other industries. The intern, Justin Henry, said in a filing in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, that he was never paid for work performed between October 2007 and May 2008 but should have been under state labor law. In addition, the suit alleges Henry didn't receive academic or vocational training as part of the internship and that the companies would have had to hire other employees to do the work that Henry was doing for free. The also suit claims Henry routinely worked more than 40 hours a week but never received overtime pay.
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