Sirius Promotes Kaplan Senior VP For Entertainment And Sports

Sirius Satellite Radio promotes Doug Kaplan to senior VP, business affairs and business development, for entertainment and sports.

Sirius Satellite Radio promotes Doug Kaplan to senior VP, business affairs and business development, for entertainment and sports. Based in New York, he will oversee all entertainment and sports transactions for the broadcaster, reporting to Scott Greenstein, president of entertainment and sports.

Kaplan, previously VP of business affairs, joined Sirius in 1999. Prior to that, he was an associate at Cravath, Swaine and Moore in New York and was president of the Lakeland Prowlers in the Southern Hockey League from 1995-96.


John T. Frankenheimer- The ACLU Foundation of Southern California honored Loeb & Loeb co-chairman John T. Frankenheimer with the 2004 Torch of Liberty Award at an event July 26 at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles.

The Torch of Liberty Award was created to acknowledge contributions made by individuals from the arts and entertainment industry and the media whose work affirms the democratic principles that underlie the promise of liberty and justice for all.

The Foundation cited Frankenheimer's "extraordinary commitment to social issues central to the work of the ACLU, including artists' rights, children's rights, medical rights, immigrant rights and the rights of the homeless." It noted his involvement in numerous other civic organizations and bodies.

The Foundation also highlighted Loeb & Loeb's "outstanding dedication" to civil rights and civil liberties. It cited, among other things, the firm's pro bono work in landmark litigation concerning free speech, non-discriminatory housing, minority voting rights and other issues.

In 2003, Loeb & Loeb partner Douglas E. Mirell received the Foundation's Pro Bono Advocate of the Year Award.
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