Ingenious Ventures

  1. MSHK Sues Trinity Street

    March 02, 2009 12:00 AM EST MSHK, the holding company of the Ministry Of Sound label and lifestyle brand, is taking legal action following the demise of digital marketing and direct-to-consumer company Trinity Street. Trinity Street built and administered Ministry Of Sound&# ...

  2. Trinity Street Ceases Trading

    February 16, 2009 12:00 AM EST Digital marketing company Trinity Street, which provided e-commerce facilities for acts including Oasis, has ceased trading. The London-based direct-to-consumer company also provided online music stores at official Web sites for Arctic Monkeys and ...

  3. Former Trinity Directors Issue Writ To Board Members

    January 28, 2009 12:00 AM EST Andrew Murray and David Robson, directors and founding members of direct-to-consumer business Trinity Street, have issued a writ in the High Court to two of the company's current board members. Claiming they were unlawfully removed from the c ...

  4. Popkomm Searches For Online Music Innovators

    July 25, 2007 12:00 AM EDT Popkomm is seeking out the "MySpaces of tomorrow" to enter its fourth annual Innovation In Music And Entertainment Award (IMEA), taking place on the opening day of the Sept. 19-21 music trade conference in Berlin. Jurors for this year� ...

  5. Sillerman Picks Up 19 Entertainment

    March 18, 2005 12:00 AM EST British music industry entrepreneur Simon Fuller has sold his 19 Entertainment empire -- the company behind the "Idol" TV franchise -- to Robert Sillerman's CKX in a cash and stock deal worth £10 British music industry entr ...

  6. Sillerman Picks Up 19 Entertainment

    March 18, 2005 12:00 AM EST British music industry entrepreneur Simon Fuller has sold his 19 Entertainment empire -- the company behind the "Idol" TV franchise -- to Robert Sillerman's CKX in a cash and stock deal worth £10 British music industry entr ...