Stephen Arnold Music Hits the West Coast

Dec 13, 2002 12:00 PM, Editors

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Stephen Arnold Music (Dallas), a provider of original and syndicated music to television stations and TV networks throughout the United States, has expanded into the West Coast by naming Alice Smith, head of new business development for the West Coast.

In her new post, Smith will be responsible for directing the company's strategic marketing operations throughout the Western U.S., with an emphasis on seeking new clients from the broadcast, film, production and multimedia arenas.

Regarding the company's expansion, Arnold said, "For 10 years, we have been extremely fortunate to establish relationships with key marketing and promotional executives throughout the U.S. from our home base in Dallas. However, we felt that now is the time that would be right for us to expand our presence by pursuing new projects emanating from the West Coast and Hollywood, including non-news-oriented television programming and network IDs. Alice is the right person at the right time living in the right place, and we are delighted to welcome her aboard!"

Prior to joining Stephen Arnold Music, Smith was director of new media and entertainment for SabreMark Inc. (Los Angeles).

Stephen Arnold Music/West Coast, 27439 Freetown Lane, Agoura HIlls, CA 91301; 818/889-2456; www.stephenarnoldmusic.com.






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