Industry Ink: FlyteVu, HoriPro, The Country Network

FlyteVu Adds Account Manager Paige Reese

Paige Reese

Paige Reese

FlyteVu has hired new Account Manager Paige Reese to its staff.

Reese previously worked as an Account Supervisor at BOHAN advertising agency, where she managed marketing activities and was responsible for client communication and leading internal teams for media, traditional and digital creative development. Prior to her work at BOHAN, she worked as Director of Sales & Marketing for the BOK Center in Oklahoma.

 

HoriPro To Host HoriPro Honors Golf Tournament

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HoriPro Entertainment Group will be hosting their 2016 HoriPro Honors Golf Tournament at Henry Horton State Park on May 13. The event will take place all day, ending with a dinner, drinks, live music and awards. All proceeds are going to the T.J. Martell Foundation.

Recently, HoriPro announced Bob Jennings and Erv Woolsey as the honorees for the 2016 tournament. Jennings was a part of the Four Star Music Publishing Company that started the original golf tournament that is now known as the HoriPro Honors. Woolsey is the manager of George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, Clay Walker and others.

The tournament is being sponsored by Lyons Chevrolet Buick GMC, Legends Bank, ASCAP, BMI, N Sound Entertainment, Regions Bank and more.

Those interested in sponsoring or playing in this year’s tournament can call 615-255-9837 or email Courtney Crist ([email protected]).

 

The Country Network Returns

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The Country Network (TCN), which was established in 2010, has been purchased from ZUUS Media by Texas-based TCN Country LLC, and has relaunched under its original branding. TCN will focus on Americana, Texas, and Red Dirt music from both major label and independent artists, as well as mainstream country. TCN is currently broadcasting in 34 markets and online via tcncountry.com.

TCN has an office in Nashville’s Cummins Station, as well as a 43,000 square foot recording/production facility with three sound studios located in Fort Worth, Texas.

The Country Network launched in 2010 with former CMA President Tammy Genovese as President of its Nashville office. In 2013, TCN was rebranded to ZUUS Country, after it was acquired by ZUUS Media.

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