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Stephen Arnold Music Expands Into New York

Dallas, TX (March 3, 2006)--Stephen Arnold Music has expanded into New York City, opening a new office there. Along with the company's existing offices in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, the New York office marks Stephen Arnold Music's fourth such location. Concurrently, the company has also named Michelle King to the new position of director, east coast sales.
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Dallas, TX (March 3, 2006)--Stephen Arnold Music has expanded into New York City, opening a new office there. Along with the company's existing offices in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, the New York office marks Stephen Arnold Music's fourth such location. Concurrently, the company has also named Michelle King to the new position of director, east coast sales.

In her new post, King will seek east coast-based new business opportunities for the acclaimed music production company, from clients working across all media genres, including television, film, commercials, the internet, and multimedia presentations.

Known for her ability to spot emerging talent, King is one of the music industry's most consistent, creative and versatile music executives. With a background that includes production sales, marketing, event planning, artist and label management, King has the resources and skills to serve those she works with in all areas of the entertainment industry.

Prior to joining Stephen Arnold Music, King was founder of her own company, New York-based MLK Management, which she launched in 1997. Specializing in film scoring work on behalf of various musicians, the music of the artists she represented appeared in such films as Misdemeanor, Pipe Dream, Hedwig and the Angry Inch and HBO's Fall Attributes. One of her crowning achievements during this time was the development and execution of the 2003 Cunningham Dance Company BAM performance, featuring original music by Radiohead and Sigur Ros.

Prior to the formation of MLK Management, King was director of special projects for Elias Associates, the second time she worked for that company. Earlier, she worked at Bumstead Productions, where she was general manager for that artist management company. Prior to that, she was employed by Mute Records as assistant to the president. King originally began her career in the entertainment industry in 1987 as a page for NBC in New York.

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