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The Gotham Group to Rep Village Voice Media

306788_gothamlogocopy.jpgGotham Group, Village Voice – could it sound anymore New Yorky?

Here’s the press release in full:

Leading Entertainment Management and Production Firm Will Represent Country’s Largest Group of Alternative Newsweeklies

LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – January 28, 2010) – The Gotham Group, a leading entertainment management and production firm, announced today its worldwide representation of Village Voice Media, publisher of 14 metropolitan alt-weekly print publications and 20 online properties.

Village Voice Media, anchored by the company’s namesake, Village Voice, in New York City, is the country’s largest group of alternative, metropolitan newsweeklies. It is dedicated to hard-hitting, high-spirited journalism and multimedia storytelling.

About Village Voice Media

Village Voice Media is a collection of 20 online properties and 14 alt-weekly newspapers in major metro areas across the U.S., including New York’s Village Voice, the Houston Press, Miami New Times, SF Weekly, LA Weekly and Denver Westword. Online, in print, and on mobile devices, Village Voice Media’s properties combine music, food and events coverage with gritty, hard-hitting magazine-style journalism to create the most powerful city guides in each market. While the focus of the brand is local, its free classifieds site, backpage.com, partnership with social recommendation engine LikeMe.Net and national sales force, Voice Media Group, allow it to extend its reach to a national level. Since 2000, Village Voice Media stories have won more than 550 national journalism awards.

About The Gotham Group

The Gotham Group is a multi-faceted management and production company, representing some of the most creative minds in Hollywood. Gotham boasts a roster of over 500 top directors, screenwriters, producers, authors, illustrators, and artists, as well as book and comic book publishers and animation studios. Gotham represents more source material from major publishers and comic book companies than any other entity, including but not limited to works from such clients as Bloomsbury/Walker US, Dark Horse Entertainment, Penguin Group, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins (U.S. & UK), Houghton Mifflin/Harcourt, SAF Comics, and Com.x.

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