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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Video Content Streaming Deal with Poolworks Germany Social Network is an Industry Template

July 28, 2016

The deal with 10 million-plus subscriber Poolworks Germany is a perfect fit for an acquisitive and already diversified entertainment and direct response marketing company like Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG). Momentous has an operational footprint spanning unique content production for documentary, film and reality TV, as well as live music events, adult contemporary and faith-based music, and even covers film finance/distribution, and direct response TV marketing. Laying the groundwork for a vibrant synergy longer-term, the July 25 announcement of a binding agreement with this Berlin-based developer of the widely successful social networking platforms for (mostly college) students across Europe, StudiVZ and MeinVZ, represents a solid revenue engine for MMEG.

One of the big valuation gripes by investors about social networking operators in general has always been the absence of clear revenue generation pipeline solutions in the business model. It has always been network first, content and capital later (build it and they will come). Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) might be the most notorious case, with its massive user base and seemingly unimpeachable status as a new cultural norm, combined with an inability to really harness the revenue generation potential of that user base.

Twitter has continued to go the ad route and has had some success in doing so, but it is becoming increasingly obvious to many sector operators that content is indeed still king, and meaningful impressions are driven by original, high-quality video/image content. In order to carve off an ever larger slice of the social network ad spend pie alone, which is on track to hit nearly $36 billion next year (or 16 percent of total global digital ad spend) according to eMarketer analysts, network proprietors and all businesses that use those social networks to engage their customers will be forced to channel high quality and/or original content at users. Symbiosis is required between networks, advertisers and content providers in order to make the chemical equation balance.

Poolworks is an interesting case, as StudiVZ and MeinVZ are more like a Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) geared toward students, with its core user base in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The platform has seen some bleed in recent years, as have all entrenched social networks, given the continual rise of new entities and other instant messaging environments like Yahoo’s (NASDAQ: YHOO) Flickr, Facebook-acquired Instagram, or sites such as Pinterest and Snapchat. However, Poolworks’ tight rapport with a choice demographic and its core user base being in these highly sought after European markets make it ideal pipeline for a company like Momentous Entertainment Group.

MMEG will funnel Hollywood-quality film and TV via a branded, streaming, end-to-end “internet TV” over-the-top (OTT) content platform, functionally akin to Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) or Amazon Prime (NASDAQ: AMZN) streaming. The numerous shared revenue streams enabled by the deal will help to foster a strong relationship between the two companies, coming from sources ranging from ad sales and transactional VOD (video on demand), to monthly subscription fees via the company’s own SVOD (subscription video on demand) service, which looks like it will function in much the same way as Amazon Prime membership in that it will grant subscribers unfettered access to premium streaming content. The deal is also a rapid development vector for the branded SVOD implementation itself, and MMEG intends to take the service worldwide into the aforementioned $36 billion social network ad spend ecosystem.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Announces Content Distribution Agreement with Poolworks Germany LTD

July 25, 2016

Before the opening bell, Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG) announced entry into a binding agreement with Poolworks Germany LTD, one of the largest social media firms in Germany, through which Momentous will provide Hollywood quality film and television content to an audience of more than 10 million subscribers. According to the terms of this agreement, Momentous will deliver its content to Poolworks’ leading social media platforms, StudiVZ and MeinVZ. From there, the content will be deployed to audiences through the use of a full over-the-top (OTT) streaming solution. The company’s programming will be available to the platforms’ users on an ad-driven basis, as well as through a pay-per-view model and a recurring monthly subscription fee model.

“This binding agreement enables the Company to create substantive and recurring revenue in addition to our aggressive acquisition program,” Kurt Neubauer, president and chief executive officer of Momentous, stated in this morning’s news release. “Once this system is installed and operational, Momentous Entertainment will offer the service worldwide to other social media and similar platforms.”

This new content streaming solution will feature a shared revenue model that creates an immediate source of revenue for both Momentous and Poolworks. The two companies will share in the multiple revenue streams stemming from various advertising sales, transactional video on demand, and monthly subscription fees charged to users who activate the planned subscription video on demand service.

For Momentous, this new agreement falls in line with the company’s aggressive growth business plan, which was originally outlined in May. Under this strategy, the company plans to take advantage of vertical growth opportunities that supplement organic growth in both its primary and satellite markets. Notably, Momentous intends to own, through strategic acquisition and integration, a variety of entertainment properties in the faith-based entertainment industry and related markets. The company intends to consider potential acquisition targets, such as domestic and foreign film and television distribution firms; film and advertising production agencies; record labels and distribution businesses; and asset-based product firms, in order to leverage both direct response marketing strategies and alternative content delivery methods.

“As we grow the company’s revenues through organic maturity of our Christian Music and sports-based Reality Television markets, we will look to acquisition to build steadfast and robust shareholder value in the near term,” added Neubauer. “The first stage is to complete a consequential acquisition that will complement Momentous Entertainment’s market presence by enhancing scale considerably into a much larger and more diverse firm.”

In recent months, Momentous has made considerable progress toward increasing its presence in the entertainment market. In April, the company announced the commencement of filming for its upcoming reality TV series, ‘The Quarterback Academy’, before unveiling its first music video in early May. Moving forward, Momentous will look to build on this progress through the completion of an accretive acquisition that will increase its presence in the global entertainment space.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) is Living on a Prayer

July 19, 2016

It has been written that, more than anything else, it is the Lord’s Prayer that ‘is the creed that most connects the world’s Christians’. Its humbling entreaty, ‘give us this day our daily bread’, has been interpreted on both the physical and spiritual levels, a recognition that we are a composition of both body and spirit. Yet this symbiosis is not without tension and stress, which has given rise to the idea that material things are corrupt. Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG), with its faith-based family-oriented offerings, shows the absurdity of such a proposition. The company is following a path of success already well-traveled.

In spite of our tendency to think of business and worshipping as two completely different, perhaps incompatible courses of social action, there are many business enterprises driven by religious principles or run by practicing Christians. Perhaps the best known of these is Hobby Lobby, the arts and crafts supplier, which sued the federal government. Management felt it could not comply, because of religious beliefs, with certain mandates in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, the United States Supreme Court ruled that closely-held for-profit corporations, like Hobby Lobby, would be exempt from providing pregnancy-preventive health care coverage for their female workers, if the firm’s owners have religious objections to those services. Forbes puts Hobby Lobby’s 2014 revenues at $3.7 billion.

Then, there is Forever 21. Surprisingly, you’ll find the words “John 3:16” on its shopping bags. John 3:16 is the familiar ‘for God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.’ In a Washington Post piece, one of the business’s founders said, “I hoped others would learn of God’s love. So that’s why I put [the scripture on the bags].” Forever 21 is a chain of fast fashion retailers based in Los Angeles with 2015 revenues of $4.4 billion.

Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN), with 2015 revenues of $41.4 billion, is another Christian outfit. The company wears its faith on its shoulders. Among other faith-based initiatives, it operates a Chaplaincy Program with 115 chaplains on hand to cater to the company’s 113,000 employees. An article in The Atlantic proclaims “Chick-fil-A: Selling Chicken with a Side of God”. It goes on to relate, ‘S. Truett Cathy, the chain’s late founder, consistently made business choices based on his Christian beliefs—and turned a humble sandwich into a religious symbol’. Chick-fil-A’s 2015 revenues are close to $6.0 billion. This all shows that Christians can be businesspersons, too.

Momentous Entertainment Group is an entertainment and direct response marketing company focused on creating, producing and distributing quality content and products. It is currently in the midst of an aggressive marketing campaign aimed at the faith-based family-oriented market.

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Momentous Entertainment Group’s (MMEG) Ministry and Marketing Mix

July 13, 2016

Since the release of The Ten Commandments starring Yul Brynner and Charlton Heston in 1956, the faith-based movie industry has had many ups and downs. At the time of its release, the movie, which cost $13.5 million, was the most costly ever made, according to Life Magazine. This year marks the sexagesimal anniversary of that Paramount Pictures blockbuster, as well as the release of a new film of the same name. Os Dez Mandamentos (The Ten Commandments) made its debut in Brazil in January 2016. Thus continued the legacy of Cecil B. DeMille’s 1956 classic, which shows that the faith-based movie industry is alive and well with prospects that are looking increasingly brighter. Positioned at the cusp of this revival is Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) with its faith-based, family-oriented product lineup.

The Ten Commandments turned out to be the seventh most successful film of all time. In 2014 dollars, its worldwide gross would be $2.19 billion. It was the first of many successes for the faith-based movie industry. The biggest of them all since then has been Mel Gibson’s 2004 saga The Passion of the Christ, which has, according to Box Office Mojo, grossed over $370 million in the U.S. and Canada alone. Yet, in one way, the C.S. Lewis movies have been even bigger. The Chronicles of Narnia trilogy scored a stupendous $538 million at the box office. War Room, although released to generally negative reviews in 2015, also became a hit and has so far brought in close to $62 million. Hot on its heels are two 2014 releases, God’s Not Dead, which made $61 million and Son of God, which earned $60 million.

A Wikipedia piece claims that ‘all five of the major Hollywood studios have created marketing departments to target the growing demand for faith-based and family fare’, although there is no evidence that the largest, Disney Film Studios (NYSE: DIS), with its Buena Vista brand, actually does have a separate unit for faith-based enterprises. Some commentators have, nevertheless, discerned distinctly religious or Christian themes in many Disney films. Disney’s first animated movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, released in 1937, shows Snow White, with head bowed and hands clasped, beseeching God to bless the seven little men who have shown her so much kindness, a scene as profoundly moving and Christian as anything in an openly religious epic. And who has seen The Lion King without noting how its draws on the Christian ethos?

Momentous Entertainment Group has embarked on an aggressive marketing strategy in this faith-based, family-oriented market. Its first venture, The Greatest Story Every Sung, is a celebration of the life of Jesus Christ. It is a compilation, on compact disc (CD), of 34 songs, each introduced by Stephen Baldwin. A second faith-based product is a double CD album, titled Tim Storey presents Daily Reminders from Scripture, which consists of recitations of bible passages on the themes of hope, love, peace and joy. Tim Storey is a pastor and motivational life coach to many of the top names in the entertainment industry, including Oprah Winfrey. A third faith-based offering from Momentous is a music video with the title I Believe. I Believe is sung by Suzanne Olmon, who is music director at the Church of Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas. An audio track of I Believe originally appeared on the album The Greatest Story Ever Sung.

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With Faith-Based Content on the Rise, Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Has Positioned Itself Perfectly Within a Growing Market

July 6, 2016

According to the Los Angeles Times, “faith based films are growing… and executives are trying to tap into the market for belief-affirming movies.” According to Chris Stone, founder of the Christian advocacy group Faith Driven Consumer, 17% of Americans base their decisions on their religion. In addition to this, Paul Dergarabedian, a box-office analyst at ComScore, said: “it’s hard to ignore movies that are this successful on a regular basis. I feel like this genre is really coming into its own.” This said, religious movies and entertainment are still a new trend, and industry professionals are investigating the best ways to pursue this type of audience.

Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) is an entertainment and direct response marketing company that creates, produces, and distributes faith-based content for its audience. MMEG works through a diversity of channels with a range of partners. Currently, it offers feature films, television programs, and music projects. The company is developing a portfolio of entertainment that is based around religious beliefs.

But on a wider spectrum, what is being done to pursue religious movie-goers and music-listeners? According to an article entitled ‘New Study: Family-Friendly, Faith-Based And Patriotic Films Are Dominating The Box Office’ by Hollie McKay of Fox News, the Annual Movieguide Report to the Entertainment Industry noted that faith-driven films in the top-25 category average $87.07 million at the box office, which equates to approximately $65 million more than those with a non-Christian worldview. In fact, only four R-rated films made the top-25. Movies with the least inappropriate language earned the most, and films without any sexual content earned more than those with significant nudity.

Film industry professionals are still trying to work out the best way to target religious moviegoers. Unlike the blockbuster movies, faith-based films do not feature Oscar-winning actors, and they do not have the same amount of funding as other movies. Momentous Entertainment Group is shifting this trend. The company is constantly looking for fresh and inspiring music and film presentations. MMEG is fully committed to releasing the most inspiring Christian content possible, and its range of faith-based reality TV shows and music albums continues to grow.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Unapologetically Embraces Christian Culture, Benefits from Tight Feedback Loop with End User

June 29, 2016

It is no news to the average reader that the world has become very much more secularly-minded in the last few decades. In fact, it has gone so far that wholesome content has now become a rebel set niche market, with Christian culture in particular striking an unmistakable contrast to a 24/7 mass media orgy of loose morals and deliberate profanity. Christian culture now hearkens back to its roots, when Christianity was an underground religion for the hip people fighting against evil, an equation which delivers to today’s markets all of the attendant benefits and premium metrics that such a tightly-knit subculture/ideology represents.

One of the hottest and most investor-accessible properties in this space today is a humble little entertainment creation, production and distribution/direct response media marketing outfit, Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG). With a diverse and rapidly evolving portfolio of feature film, television and music content in its tool belt, Momentous Entertainment Group is poised to profit, with its fingers on the pulse of this niche market and a decided emphasis on faith-based content. The company’s prosperity is further buoyed by an extremely sophisticated direct response media marketing pipeline, which was engineered in-house, benefitting from MMEG management’s whopping century-plus of combined entertainment and marketing experience.

Today’s Christian consumer finds themselves something of an outcast in mainstream popular culture, and this has created a perfect storm of factors leading to a situation where the ability to serve up wholesome content to an underserved demand segment can be quite lucrative indeed. Let’s face it, the baseline here is media, because the delivery platform for family values, faith, and enlightenment is invariably going to be productions of music, TV, interactive social media, and the like.

This equation can be clearly mapped out by such event structures as the success of jointly-owned Hearst, Disney (NYSE: DIS) operation A&E Networks’ Duck Dynasty, as well as the rise of one of the show’s stars, Sadie Robertson (, whose unabashed promotion of God, faith and modesty has become a lightning rod in a mass media market saturated by the likes of Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber. Momentous Entertainment Group is making big moves with the development of reality TV shows like Chasing a Legend, which follows the legendary Earnhardt racing dynasty’s third generation rising star, Bobby Dale Earnhardt, as he climbs the ladder of the stock car racing world like his grandfather before him, through the ARCA Truck Series and on to the Sprint Cup Series. The show, which will be a white-knuckle insider look at the world of stock car racing, will also strongly reflect the religious insights of “a rising star in a sport that has long attracted the faithful.”

The company’s latest foray, the formation of a new business unit called Music One Corp., which is designed to oversee conception and execution of the company’s growing concert events business, will prove to be of great utility as MMEG expands its content footprint further into the expansive music industry. Headed up by a veteran of the thriving South Florida live venue scene, Charlie Rodriguez, Music One adds considerable product mix diversity to MMEG’s already strong core offerings with a brand encompassing all genres of music. The brand also gets a nice little head start, thanks to the extant successes of Charlie Rodriguez Live Entertainment.

Music One adds nicely to the company’s music portfolio, which is grounded in Contemporary Christian music such as Momentous Music division’s recently-produced, first-ever music video, which features Faith United Methodist Church’s Suzanne Olmon, singing “I Believe.”

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Gets Aggressive with Direct Response Marketing

June 22, 2016

In a recent 8-K filing, Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) disclosed it had issued a press release announcing an aggressive growth business plan. No doubt, this new marketing initiative will encompass vigorous direct response marketing initiatives, as Momentous founder and CEO Kurt Neubauer indicated when he spoke with Neubauer explained:

“The direct response is really a means to an end. A lot of entertainment companies out here… once they get their project made, they don’t know what to do with it. They don’t know how to get it distributed. We are kind of taking on the old adage… the old direct response adage… like selling music on television, selling film or downloads… things of this nature… through direct response advertising. Time Life has done this for decades and it has worked very well for them. We plan on following a similar model. Once we develop a project, we will take it to the national distribution but if that national distribution does not pan out, we can always work on our own.”

Time Life is a division of Direct Holdings Global LLC and became a globally-recognized brand in the 70s and 80s for its print publications. Around 2002, the company wound down its book division and got into the music business with astounding results. It has done particularly well in the faith-based market. As early as 2002, it scored a string of successes in the genre. According to Billboard, Time Life’s Songs 4 Worship – Shout to the Lord was among the top-10 selling Christian albums in the country and spent 66 weeks on The Billboard 200. It also scored big with a video version of Songs 4 Worship.

Direct response marketing attempts to elicit prompt action from those who peruse the advertising copy. The medium varies and includes email, online ads, fliers, catalogs, cell phone text messages, print media, TV and billboards.

However, Time Life, although it markets faith-based products, is not particularly focused on that niche. Momentous Entertainment Group is different. Management of the company play active parts in the choir and in other aspects of worship and community service at the Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas.

Three products spearhead MMEG’s aggressive marketing strategy in the faith-based, family-oriented market. The first is The Greatest Story Every Sung, a compilation of 34 songs on compact disc (CD). The Greatest Story Every Sung celebrates the life of Christ. The music tracks are introduced by Stephen Baldwin. The second faith-based product is a double CD album, called Tim Storey presents Daily Reminders from Scripture, consisting of recitations of bible passages on the themes of hope, love, peace and joy. Tim Storey is a pastor and motivational life coach to many of the top names in the entertainment industry, including Oprah Winfrey. Rounding out the faith-based product line is a music video with the title ‘I Believe’. ‘I Believe’ is sung by Suzanne Olmon, who is Music Director at the Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Combining Law, Ethics, and Faith in its Business Policies

June 17, 2016

Faith-based marketing is the combination of faith with marketing and business. There are a number of companies today who specialize in marketing faith-based products to targeted audiences. The integration of faith in media platforms has shown a high level of success in the mainstream world, bringing in millions of dollars each year. This said, films and music are not the only ways in which faith is being integrated into the 21st century. Digital and social media marketing have become new avenues for religious leaders to spread the word. But, what about media companies that have the focus to distribute faith-related content? Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) does not just spread the Christian word, it delivers content to which its customers can relate.

Momentous Entertainment Group is a direct response marketing company focused on creating, producing, and delivering quality content to a widespread audience. MMEG delivers its content via various media channels including feature film, television, radio, the Internet, and other forms of digital media. MMEG has three divisions: film, recordings, and direct marketing. The company has the aim to release the most inspiring Christian content possible to its customers. However, Momentous Entertainment Group does not just stop at its consumer products. The company incorporates faith all the way through into its business model, following the spirit and sending its message to all its team members.

Corporate governance is an important factor in running a successful business. MMEG functions according to a strong ethical code and this runs throughout the company’s hierarchy, from directors to employees. Some of the key factors introduced in the company’s code of ethics and business conduct include: treating employees fairly, complying with laws, and protecting company assets. The code goes into more detail in its policy statement, where it introduces the notion of faith, showing that Christianity is not just a selling point but a guide within the company’s structure. MMEG encourages its employees to follow “the spirit” when faced with business situations, and this message is spread throughout the code, putting particular stress on “doing the right thing and acting ethically even when the law is not specific”.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) is Preaching to the Choir

June 9, 2016

Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) is in the right place at the right time, according to a recent demographic study ( by the well-respected Pew Research Center. The organization’s analysts opine that ‘over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group’ in the world. The number of Christians in the world will climb from 2.17 billion in 2010 to 2.92 billion in 2050. The percentage will remain stable at 31.4 percent. This pattern will be mirrored on the domestic front.

The United States will remain home to more Christians than any other country in the world. A large majority of Americans – roughly seven-in-ten – continue to identify with some branch of the Christian faith. In 2014, Catholics comprised 20.8 percent of the U.S. However, the largest Christian denomination was Protestantism. Some 46.6 percent of the U.S. population identified as Protestant, and about 55 percent of Protestants identified as Evangelicals, meaning that Evangelicals comprise about one-quarter of the U.S. population. Now, Momentous Entertainment Group is preaching to this choir with its faith-based, family-oriented offerings.

It is a choir that spends. An article ( in Christianity Today states that ‘The Christian Booksellers Association, representing 1,700 Christian stores, sells $4.63 billion worth of merchandise a year. And that doesn’t count retailers like Amazon and Wal-Mart. Some estimate the total evangelical market to be over $7 billion a year.’ It is a choir that wants to sing and be sung to. The success of movies like The Passion of the Christ and the Chronicles of Narnia, inspired by Christian ethos and gospel, show quite dramatically the hunger for content that elevates the spirit like Momentous’ pious projects.

One such product from Momentous is The Greatest Story Every Sung, a compilation of 34 songs on compact disc. The Greatest Story Every Sung is ‘a celebration of the life of Jesus’, an oratorio of song with narrative by Stephen Baldwin taking the place of recitative. Mr. Baldwin is the well-known actor and the youngest of the Baldwin brothers, all of whom have become film actors. The pieces included in the album are based on a live presentation in December of 2012, produced by Kurt Neubauer and Howard Harris. Howard Harris is professor of music and director of Jazz Studies at Texas Southern University. Kurt Neubauer is founder and CEO of Momentous. The production was inspired by Roger Clark, who had been fighting Stage 4 Colon Cancer for the past 5+ years and was actually undergoing chemotherapy during the recording sessions.

Suzanne Olmon, another of the voices heard on The Greatest Story Every Sung, performs in Momentous’ first music video. The video, a performance of I Believe, was released in May 2016. Suzanne sings soprano and is the Music Director at the Church of Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas.

Momentous has also released, in November 2015, another faith-based production called Tim Storey presents Daily Reminders from Scripture, which is a double CD album reciting bible passages on the themes of hope, love, peace and joy. Tim Storey is a pastor and motivation life coach to many of the top names in the entertainment industry, including Oprah Winfrey.

Momentous Entertainment Group is a media company that plans to operate within four segments of the media industry. These segments include content, distribution, live events and direct marketing. Currently, the content segment has a recording division and a film and television division. Subsequent to The Greatest Story Every Sung, the recording division commenced work on a second album project, titled Crossing – From Here to Eternity, which will be aimed at the adult contemporary listening market.

The company’s film and television division currently has signed talent contracts with Bobby Dale Earnhardt, Dennis Gile, and the ARCA Truck Series. The distribution segment will focus on the distribution of MMEG content through wholly-owned cable, radio, television, and streaming distribution outlets. The live entertainment segment will focus on highlighting MMEG contracted artists, their content and the creation of additional content. The marketing segment will directly sell MMEG products to consumers.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Expanding its Content & Direct Marketing on Strength of Grounding in Faith-Centric & Sports Media

June 3, 2016

According to data put together recently by ZenithOptimedia, people these days spend a whopping 490 minutes per day (Latin America leads the pack at 765 minutes a day on average) consuming some kind of media, and internet media consumption alone shot up 105 percent over the last five years. Even though the unexplored country of the ever-changing digital landscape is quickly taking over our lives, TV isn’t dead by any means in all of this. In fact, according to Strategy Analytics, the roughly $187 billion domestic ad spend last year was only 30 percent digital, close to $30 billion behind TV. Nevertheless, digital remained the fastest-growing category, and was up 13 percent YOY.

With the continued proliferation of cross-platforming and content portability in the end user market, it pays more than ever today for media companies to crop out into as many channels as possible. And when it comes to diverse media development, production and distribution, it is essential to have a firm grasp of how to deliver pitch-perfect brand/content and overall product executions, which really resonate with the most attractive demographics. But it takes a special kind of company to play it by ear successfully when it comes to engaging and maintaining an audience’s attention, while also branching out logistically, and indeed, thematically. And doing so without alienating the company’s core demo, losing its focus, and/or jeopardizing the bottom line.

Growth is difficult and it takes a wise team at the helm to make sure you don’t over extend, or dump precious capital into projects that won’t yield returns. Very few publicly-traded, truly investor-accessible, diverse media companies exist which fit the bill. One company on that short list however is Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG), which has an output footprint spanning the gamut from feature films and television, to radio, internet and other forms of home or mobile-targeted digital media. And MMEG seems to have a direct hookup to its core audiences, who can easily feel good about enthusiastically resonating with the company’s finely-honed offerings.

Take a look at the deal with Dennis Gile, for instance, announced earlier this year in April, to do a reality TV series based on Gile’s quarterback school, The Quarterback Academy, down in Scottsdale. This is the same Arizona location where Gile worked with San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick, a confirmed Lutheran who has been known to speak about his faith and who gained fame in the NFL for a signature touchdown pose that drew attention to his Psalm 18:39 tattoo. Gile has worked with other greats in the game as well, household names like Tom Brady and Tim Tebow, so a reality TV show executed with Momentous Entertainment Group’s expert overwatch, should really be something that is able to speak to its intended audience passionately. The show was in initial production filming as of April this year and is tentatively titled Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy.

The show focuses on the personal stories of young athletes struggling to make it through the hits, the soul-sapping enervation, and the constant stress to perform up to everyone’s expectations, both on and off the field. Utilizing two-time Emmy Award winner Albert Miller, as well as local production shop Runway Lights, Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy should have an authentic/homegrown Scottsdale feel, as well as all the right stuff needed to appeal to the hardcore superfans, and average viewers alike.

This from a media company which also began filming a reality series with the 28-year-old grandson of NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr., Bobby Earnhardt (who is also the nephew of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and brother of Kerry Earnhardt) last year, at the at Lake County Speedway in Painesville, Ohio. While focusing primarily on Earnhardt’s racing exploits, a strong undercurrent driven by the Christian beliefs of Earnhardt and his family will likely permeate the show, playing in to the consistently dominant trend within NASCAR itself, which is the only major sport with a pregame invocation, and where many drivers actively promote their faith.

Let’s look at the cultural and logistical synergy a bit here. NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), the leading stock-car racing organization, is a family-owned and operated business where Christian faith is often front and center. NASCAR’s Daytona International Speedway won Facility of the Year at the 2016 Sports Business Awards and its Darlington’s Bojangles’ Southern 500 was nominated for Event of the Year, as was Dale Earnhardt Jr., for Social Media in Sports. The Daytona 500 alone averaged about a 6.6 rating share over the past three years on FOX, averaging 11.35 million viewers. The top ten NASCAR teams are worth $148 million on average (Hendrick Motorsports is number one at $375 million) and generated nearly $1 billion in revenues last season.

This is an extremely lucrative niche market for MMEG and the company is hard at work proving itself able to deliver high-quality media products that really resonate with audiences. A knack for satisfying the underserved Christian market, which has exceptional consumer trend metrics, is particularly noteworthy. The company’s completion of its first music video in early May, for the track “I Believe,” which was originally recorded for the company’s faith market-focused album offering, The Greatest Story Ever Sung, was actually submitted for three 2014 Grammy’s categories: best Contemporary Christian Album, best Engineered Album (non-Classical), and best Produced Album (non-classical).

The Greatest Story Ever Sung includes narrations by Stephen Baldwin and features the vocal work of Christian artists, who worked in the historic SugarHill Studio in Houston to help bring to life this rousing album, which tells the story of the birth of Jesus, using traditional Christian music. The music video for “I Believe” features noted faith based and adult contemporary singer, Suzanne Olmon, of the Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas.

Some quick stats speak volumes about the size of this market, with roughly 215 million American adults listening to Gospel Radio at least once a day and over 60 percent of the population in the Midwest and South chomping at the bit for more faith based films, as well as TV shows. According to the most recent Gallup poll, 75 percent of Americans (nearly 240 million) identify with a Christian religion. However, MMEG is not content to rest on its laurels, with a solid and growing library of faith-centric and sports-based media.

The company recently outlined an aggressive forward strategy focused on meticulous integration of acquired entertainment targets, as well as targets that are parallel to the wheelhouse of the company’s Direct Marketing and Retail division, which promotes MMEG’s film and music offerings, as well as consumer merchandise, via direct response TV. The company is also branching out through its newly-formed Music One Corp., headed-up by popular South Florida live venue circuit promoter/producer, Charlie Rodriguez, of Charlie Rodriguez Live Entertainment, into tangent content markets (as this deal can attest to) due to its increasingly able footing.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Forming Partnerships to Make a Difference in People’s Lives

May 26, 2016

Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) is an entertainment and direct response marketing company. The company is focused on creating, producing, and delivering high quality products across a range of media channels. Some of the media channels it uses include: feature film, television, music, the Internet, radio, and other forms of digital media used by people worldwide in day-to-day activities. MMEG produces largely faith-related programs that give viewers a positive outlook on situations and bring forward compelling moral stories. Each topic the company chooses is given from a Christian perspective, and MMEG believes these stories can influence many people by using Christian values to inspire and uplift them.

Since Momentous Entertainment Group was founded back in 2004, the company has grown tremendously from a product point of view. It has developed a number of offerings through a range of channels. Most recently, the company has released two music projects: ‘The Greatest Story Ever Sung Special Edition’ and ‘Tim Storey Presents Daily Reminders’. Upcoming projects include reality shows about race driver Bobby Earnhardt and football coach and trainer Dennis Gile.

With every product, Momentous Entertainment Group puts together a direct marketing plan to promote consumer merchandise. The company uses a marketing strategy that focuses on direct response to promote products to the consumers. Direct response marketing uses calls to action to get feedback from consumers as quickly as possible. These up-selling and cross-selling techniques are said to be some of the most successful techniques for achieving sustainable growth, according to the Direct Marketing Association, and continue to be implemented by MMEG alongside the use of some innovative marketing techniques.

MMEG’s marketing tools do not stop there. The company forms joint ventures with other companies that have potentially successful products. These partnerships enable others to benefit from MMEG’s branding and marketing experts, as well as to use the company’s established distribution channels. Momentous Entertainment Group works with a variety of companies to help them achieve their goals. The company helps to generate powerful responses from both startups and well-established companies to help them grow sales, lower acquisition costs, help them make new products and expand retail distributions.

Momentous Entertainment Group has a very clear objective for every single channel within the company. From music, to film, to reality shows, each sector is supported by an array of partners and offers transparency about the aims and objectives for the future. MMEG has established itself well in a wide range of markets with the help of a cutthroat mentality, which is: “Should the ROI for a particular product not be up to specifications, the product and the marketing strategy will be reevaluated and the product may be discontinued.” The combination of the company’s clear approach and objectives with the incredible partnerships and drive from its Christian faith has allowed it to implement a growth-based strategy that will enable it to flourish further within the entertainment industry while inspiring people worldwide.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) is Keeping the Faith

May 18, 2016

Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG) is a faith-based, family-driven entertainment company, led by founder and CEO Kurt Neubauer. As he explained in a November 2015 interview ( with, Neubauer has ‘been in the corporate market… from the 1970s on’. He ‘has founded and taken companies public before’, and he’s been in the real estate sector, in oil and gas, and has worked in West Africa. Back in 2012, Neubauer, who is a member of the choir of Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas, experienced an uplifting revelation that led to The Greatest Story Ever Sung.

The Greatest Story Ever Sung is an album featuring 34 uplifting songs with interspersed narration by Stephen Baldwin, scion of the well-known thespian family. It tells the drama of Jesus’s life, from his birth to his resurrection, and was produced at SugarHill Recording Studios in Houston, Texas, by Kurt Neubauer and Howard Harris. Howard Harris is Professor of Music and Founder and Director of Jazz Studies at Texas Southern University. He is an arts pioneer, composer, performing artist and world-renowned music director. He’s also the sole African-American Houstonian whose works have been performed by the Houston Symphony Orchestra.

The Greatest Story Ever Sung was submitted to the 2014 Grammy’s in three categories, including best Contemporary Christian Album, best Engineered Album (non-Classical) and best Produced Album (non-classical). It was engineered by Grammy Nominated Andrew Bradley, Chief Engineer at SugarHill Studios, and was originally released in October of 2013. In 2015, the CD was remodeled and a direct response marketing campaign was initiated.

Another of Momentous’s faith-based projects is Tim Storey presents Daily Reminders from Scripture, which is a double CD album reciting bible passages on the themes of hope, love, peace and joy. It was produced under the direction of multi-Grammy winning engineer, Tom Weir. Tim Storey is a pastor and motivational life coach to many of the top names in the entertainment industry, including Oprah Winfrey. Daily Reminders was released in November 2015.

In May 2016, Momentous announced the completion of its first music video, a performance of ‘I Believe’ by Suzanne Olmon. Olmon sings soprano and is the Music Director at the Church of Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond, Texas. An audio track of ‘I Believe’ originally appeared on the album The Greatest Story Ever Sung.

Founded in late 2013, Momentous Entertainment Group is a Nevada corporation that went public in 2014 through an S-1 registration. Its three divisions are the film division, which handles feature films, documentaries, reality TV and other television products; the direct response marketing division; and the recording division, which produces faith-based CD projects.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Announces Implementation of Acquisition-Based Growth Strategy

Before the opening bell, Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG) announced plans to implement an aggressive growth strategy through which it will take advantage of vertical growth opportunities in both primary and satellite markets through the completion of strategic acquisitions. When searching for potential acquisition targets, the company’s management team will focus on domestic and foreign film and television distribution firms, film and advertising production businesses, record labels and distribution businesses, and other asset-based product companies that are suitable for direct response products and infomercial projects. Using this approach, Momentous plans to own a variety of entertainment and direct response properties across its current and supportive industries.

“As we grow the company’s revenues through organic maturity of our Christian Music and sports-based Reality Television markets, we will look to acquisition to build steadfast and robust shareholder value in the near term,” Kurt Neubauer, chief executive officer of Momentous, stated in this morning’s news release. “The first stage is to complete a consequential acquisition that will complement Momentous Entertainment’s market presence by enhancing scale considerably into a much larger and more diverse firm.”

In recent weeks, Momentous has remained steadfast in its efforts to promote growth in the entertainment space. In late April, the company announced the commencement of initial filming for its upcoming reality TV series, tentatively titled Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy, which will document the journey of football quarterbacks seeking to hone and perfect their performance levels. Momentous engaged the services of two-time Emmy Award winner Albert Miller and Runway Lights of Scottsdale, Arizona, to film the program while effectively capturing the excitement and action on display.

Earlier this month, the company, through its music division, built on this progress through the completion of its first music video, a performance of Suzanne Olmon singing ‘I Believe’. Momentous has also started work on a second music video project, a production of ‘A Baby Changes Everything’, that’s slated for release in the coming months.

Momentous continued to gain momentum in the entertainment space last week when it announced the creation of a new subsidiary, Music One Corp., as part of its strategy to expand its presence in the musical niche of the entertainment industry. Through Music One Corp., the company aims to take the lead in organizing and operating concert events, opening new channels for revenue generation. Momentous engaged South Florida live venue entrepreneur Charlie Rodriguez, founder of Charlie Rodriguez Live Entertainment, as the president of its new business unit.

With these growth initiatives, as well as the company’s newly-announced acquisition-based growth strategy, Momentous could be primed to greatly expand its presence in the entertainment industry moving forward. Kurt Neubauer echoed this assessment in this morning’s news release.

“By targeting companies that meet our growth targets, we can become a leading provider of content and service in the global entertainment space,” he stated.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Engages QualityStocks Corporate Communications Suite

May 16, 2016

Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG), a diversified entertainment and direct response marketing company, today announced that it has engaged the Corporate Communications Services of QualityStocks. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value over the past 10 years.

“We’ve got a lot of interesting initiatives in the works, which is typical for us at Momentous Entertainment,” says Momentous president and CEO Kurt Neubauer. “As we transition these unique ideas into marketable entertainment products — building on our current offerings — the QualityStocks team will make sure that the progress we’re making reaches our shareholders in a clear, consistent and transparent manner. We look forward to the increased visibility and awareness this partnership will deliver.”

Per the agreement, QualityStocks will strategically leverage its network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to ensure Momentous’ brand is relevant, consistent and transparent to the investment community.

“Momentous Entertainment is an exciting company to have on board, and we look forward to working closely with Kurt and the rest of the team to enhance the company’s communication strategies and share its progress and varied endeavors with shareholders,” says QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy.

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Momentous Entertainment Group (MMEG) Leveraging DRM and Faith-Based Messages to Gain Market Share

May 11, 2016

Momentous Entertainment Group (OTC: MMEG) charts its course as an entertainment and direct response marketing company with a focus on developing, producing, and distributing content. The company sells entertainment and consumer products through a distribution channel and uses direct response media marketing – the art of evoking an immediate response and driving prospective customers to take some type of specific action, such as adding one’s self to an email distribution list or making a phone call.

As the company develops its sales and distribution channels, Momentous plans to build out its music division along with its feature film, television production, and finance divisions. Boasting a combined total of over 100 years of entertainment and marketing experience, the company plans to make contributions by delivering content and products on a global scale. MMEG is in the process of developing a portfolio of family entertainment and unique merchandise to distribute worldwide.

MMEG is energized with its progress through differentiation within the direct response industry. This upward trending and masterfully effective approach is made up of direct response television, radio marketing, home shopping channels, catalogs, direct mail, advertising and internet marketing. In addition, outbound telemarketing weighs in as a vital piece of one of the fastest growing segments of the retailing industry. Advertising in the consumer product marketplace has long achieved great success with infomercials and intriguing cross-selling and up-selling strategies.

The Direct Marketing Association has reported that total sales from direct response television (DRTV) trended toward nearly $400 billion in 2014 while demonstrating signals of sustainable growth with repeatable success rates. Using this data as a basis for growth expectations, the company could be able to gain a notable slice of market share using its unique marketing concepts put in place by team of direct marketers loaded with years of expertise.

The company’s entertainment division develops and produces quality life and faith oriented reality TV shows, documentaries, dramas, and feature films, with positive images and spirited stories with moral value messages. MMEG mirrors people’s experiences and uses them as the centerpieces of their stories to portray realistic ways to celebrate the significance and virtue of a faith-based life and existence.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Broadens Footprint in Music Industry with Formation of New Subsidiary

Before the opening bell, Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG) announced the formation of a new subsidiary, Music One Corp., as part of its ongoing efforts to increase its presence in the musical niche of the entertainment industry. The business unit will be led by newly-appointed president Charlie Rodriguez, a veteran of South Florida’s live venue circuit and the founder of Charlie Rodriguez Live Entertainment. As Momentous continues to adhere to an aggressive business plan in both its primary markets and satellite markets relating to the entertainment industry, the formation of Music One Corp. is expected to supplement its organic growth initiatives moving forward.

“We are pleased to add Charlie and Music One to our entertainment lineup,” Kurt Neubauer, chief executive officer of Momentous, stated in this morning’s news release. “We’re excited for what this potentially means for us in terms of revenue generation, and look forward to informing shareholders of our continued progress.”

The formation of Music One Corp. marks the company’s second significant milestone related to the music industry announced this week. On Monday, Momentous announced the completion of its first music video. The video captures Suzanne Olmon’s performance of “I Believe,” a song that was originally recorded for the company’s debut album, The Greatest Story Ever Sung. The new music video can be viewed at Momentous has also outlined plans to release a second music video, a production of “A Baby Changes Everything,” in the coming months.

Through its music division, Momentous is focused on recording, producing and distributing various contemporary, faith and gospel musical talents through worldwide distribution channels. Through Music One Corp., the company is set to broaden its reach in the music industry with the production of live shows that should serve to increase the exposure of its growing entertainment brands in a variety of competitive markets.

“It’s an honor to join the professionals at Momentous, and I am excited to share my passion, vision and experience to help bring the company’s goals to fruition,” Charlie Rodriguez, president of Music One Corp., stated in this morning’s news release. “My vision is to provide an entertainment choice to a segment of the population that has been underserved. The shows we produce will be comprised of a business model that can be executed with all genres of music, which will increase the exposure of the Music One brand to a cross-section of the listening audience around the world.”

In addition to its work in the music industry, Momentous has continued to make strides in the development of its highly anticipated television programs. In late April, the company announced the commencement of initial filming for a reality series offering a unique look at the daily lives of football quarterbacks as they prepare and perfect their skills to play the game. Momentous is also rapidly approaching the completion of a pilot reel for its television series following the progress of Bobby Dale Earnhardt as he attempts to follow in his uncle’s footsteps and claim the coveted NASCAR championship title.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Announces Completion of First Music Video

May 9, 2016

Before the opening bell, Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG), an entertainment and direct response marketing company focused on creating, producing and distributing quality content and products, announced the completion of its first music video. The video shows Suzanne Olmon performing “I Believe,” a song that was originally recorded for MMEG’s debut album work, The Greatest Story Ever Sung. In 2014, the company’s album was submitted to the Grammy Awards in three distinct categories, including best Contemporary Christian Album, best Engineered Album (non-Classical) and best Produced Album (non-Classical).

“Suzanne Olmon did a wonderful job recording “I Believe,” and now the world will have a chance to watch her perform it,” Kurt Neubauer, chief executive officer of Momentous, stated in this morning’s news release. “I am extremely excited to have completed this first recorded work.”

The completed music video for “I Believe” can be viewed at the following link:

Following the milestone of completing its first music video, MMEG’s music division has now turned its attention toward a second video project, a production of “A Baby Changes Everything,” that’s expected to be released in the coming months.

In recent weeks, Momentous has made considerable progress toward expanding its presence in the entertainment market. Leveraging the extensive experience of its management team, which includes more than 100 years in entertainment and marketing, the company recently commenced initial filming for its upcoming reality TV series, “The Quarterback Academy.” The new series will star Dennis Gile, a retired professional football player and the owner of a renowned quarterback school located in Scottsdale, Arizona. According to Neubauer, the series will offer “a unique look at what a football quarterback goes through to hone and perfect their performance levels.”

The company is also currently producing a reality series following the life of professional racecar driver Bobby Dale Earnhardt on his quest to claim the coveted NASCAR Championship title. Initial filming for this program, which is tentatively titled “Chasing a Legend: The Racing Life of Bobby Dale Earnhardt,” began in the fall of 2015. In early March, Momentous released a sneak peak of the high-octane action that fans can expect to see in the show. To view this preview, visit

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) is “One to Watch”

May 3, 2016

Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. is a diversified media company that creates, produces and distributes quality content across various media channels, including feature film, television, radio, the Internet, and various forms of digital media for use in the home or on mobile devices. The company is divided into three divisions: direct marketing, film and recordings.

Within these divisions, MMEG operates through several synergistic channels: Film & Television, which produces unique content ranging from feature films and documentaries to reality television; subsidiary Financial Equity Film Partners, Inc., which utilizes strategic partnerships to facilitate film finance and distribution; subsidiary Music One Corp., formed for live events; Momentous Music, a division leveraging worldwide distribution channels to produce and distribute adult contemporary and faith musical talents; and Direct Marketing & Retail, a division focused on direct response TV to promote consumer merchandise and MMEG’s film and music products.

Acquisitions and mergers are an important strategy as MMEG expands its capabilities and customer base to improve profit-generating revenue. The company’s roll-up strategy includes plans to acquire small cable systems, radio and television stations, and technologies to be used in the development of a portal that will stream MMEG’s radio and television holdings, as well as allow the sale and download of music, video and other IP owned and marketed by the company.

Each of MMEG’s corporate officers brings a unique blend of leadership, vision, experience and creative energy necessary to fulfill these strategies. With more than a century of combined experience in entertainment and marketing, this team has set MMEG on track to achieve its goals and make major contributions to the global entertainment industry.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Commences Filming for Upcoming Reality TV Series

April 27, 2016

Earlier this week, Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG), an entertainment and direct response marketing company focused on creating and distributing quality content and products, announced the commencement of initial production filming for an upcoming reality TV series, tentatively titled ‘Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy’. The show will provide viewers with an inside look at the work football quarterbacks put in behind the scenes in order to hone and perfect their performance levels. Momentous has already engaged the services of two-time Emmy Award winner Albert Miller and Runway Lights of Scottsdale, Arizona, to film the production while enriching the look and feel of the series.

“We’ve captured some amazing personal stories and journeys of young athletes as they deal with injuries, exhaustion, and the pressures to meet expectations on and off the field,” Tim Williams, executive vice president of Momentous Entertainment, stated in a news release. “These stories will appeal to hard core football enthusiasts as well as non fans who will find empathy and encouragement in the stories as they unfold over the life of the series and the careers of these young players.”

Momentous originally signed a talent agreement with Dennis Gile, coach at the Dennis Gile Quarterback Academy, last November. This agreement outlined work on two sports-related series, including the previously mentioned ‘Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy’ reality series and an additional program detailing Bobby Earnhardt’s pursuit of the coveted NASCAR Championship title, tentatively titled ‘Chasing a Legend: The Racing Life of Bobby Dale Earnhardt’. In addition to his work as a professional quarterback in both the National Football League and the Canadian Football League, Gile also races sprint cars in the USAC Southwest Sprint Cars championships.

In early March, Momentous offered an update on its progress with the Bobby Earnhardt series, which started initial filming in the fall of 2015. The company is currently working on a pilot reel that it expects to present to fans in the near future. Momentous also released a sneak preview of the series highlighting its adrenaline-pumping racing action, which can be viewed at

Momentous is focused on creating faith and family driven content that can be delivered through distribution channel partners, as well as its direct response services group. According to the company’s research, demand for faith-based programming in the U.S. is on the rise, particularly in the South and Midwest. As it continues to develop its distribution and sales channels, Momentous will look to capitalize on this demand by leveraging the more than 100 years of combined music, film and TV production experience held by its management and consulting teams.

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