January 22, 2008 We continue our report from 1/18/08 about the tent removal in the amphitheater in the Colly Soleri Music Center. Maintenance crew member David De Gomez removes hardware at each of the spines that fastens the tent to the edges of the amphitheater. We continue our report from 1/18/08 about the tent removal in the amphitheater in the Colly Soleri Music Center. Maintenance crew member David De Gomez removes hardware at each of the spines that fastens the tent to the edges of the amphitheater. [Photo & text: sa] The south edges of the tent are clipped to a strong cable structure. It’s hard to see through the tree branches as the crew detaches the fasteners one by one. [Photo & text: sa] The sides are free and the crew now folds the heavy cloth towards the middle of the seating area. This report continues on 1/23/08. [Photo & text: sa]
Viacom International Media Networks has promoted Kerry Taylor to senior VP, Youth & Music. The role involves overseeing all branding activity and taking responsibility for all non-music-related content on the international MTV channels.Taylor will report to VIMN CEO Bob Bakish in the new role as well as continuing in her current position as senior VP and general manager of MTV for VIMN UK, reporting to David Lynn, executive VP of all VIMN operations in the UK, Australia, Russia, and Hungary.Taylor will take the lead in deciding how the MTV brand is positioned and presented as well as in developing original programmes and identifying acquisitions.Bakish said: “[Taylor] has led our MTV portfolio in the UK to so many noteworthy accomplishments and I’m confident that, under her leadership, we will continue the successful evolution of the MTV brand and to deliver entertaining and compelling content to MTV viewers around the world.”Taylor first joined VIMN as VP of marketing, creative & consumer press for MTV UK & Ireland in September 2007. Prior to that she was director, marketing & on-air for Living TV, Bravo, Challenge and Trouble at Virgin Media.
Liberty Global-owned cable operator UPC Poland has added music channel Disco Polo Music to its programming line-up.The channel joints 16 other music services on the platform, including Eska TV, Polo TV and Stars.tv.