-- Sony Ericsson's Latin America office in Miami is closing and moving its operations to Atlanta, where it will be part of Sony Ericsson Americas. There was no immediate information on when the Miami offices will close but all Latin American operations, previously headquartered in Miami, will now be headquartered in Atlanta. The company will retain its offices in Mexico, Argentina, and other countries throughout the region. No details were provided as to how many employees would be affected by the move or what positions would be eliminated.

-- Durangunese singer Diana Reyes, who became a poster child for indie artists after she left a major label and launched her own company, has now signed to Capitol Latin. Reyes' new album under the new label is slated for release April 6. Capitol Latin new senior VP Diana Rodríguez welcomed Reyes to the "new regional Mexican division" of Capital Latin.

In recent years, the label, formerly EMI Latin and EMI Televisa, has seen multiple changes and had lost one of it marquee regional Mexican acts, Intocable.

Reyes' new album will be produced by Luigi Giraldo, of Kumbia All Starz, and Pedro Avila. However, the Capitol deal includes Reyes’ back-catalog of five albums, which will be re-edited, remastered and re-released prior to the April release of her new record. Each re-release will include a new track.

DBC, the label Reyes had launched with former Fonovisa and Universal Latino executive Gabriel Fregoso, no longer exists, said a spokesperson. Reyes, in a statement to Billboard, said: "DBC is the past. At a given moment, it was born as a label to help new talent. It worked very well, but now my record label is Capitol Latin, based out of Los Angeles, California."