Phillip Phillips wed girlfriend Hannah Blackwell at the Resora Plantation in Albany, Ga.
Dr. Ken executive story editor Paul O’Toole and 42West publicist Melissa Munafo (Nick Jonas) were married at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills.
Jason Mraz wed girlfriend Christina Carano at the Historic Polegreen Church in Mechanicsville, Va.
Sha Money XL (real name: Michael Clervoix) left his post as executive vp urban A&R at Epic Records to focus on his Teamwork Music production company.
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider inked a worldwide agreement with Universal Music Publishing Group to acquire his Snidest Music Publishing catalog.
Pop-rock trio Haim signed with William Morris Endeavor.
It was confirmed that Peter Dougherty, an MTV veteran who helped develop the network’s hip-hop show Yo! MTV Raps, died from a heart attack on Oct. 12. He was 59.
Rapper-actor Common inked a two-year deal with HBO, giving the network first-look rights for projects developed through his Freedom Road Productions.
Former Three Six Zero COO James Sealey joined former AOL executives Erika Nardini and Ran Harnevo to launch the artist-to-fan app Bkstg.
Turn First Artists founder/CEO Sarah Stennett formally announced a joint venture with Len Blavatnik’s Access Industries called First Access Entertainment.
Deezer withdrew its IPO three days before its deadline, citing tough market conditions. The streaming service had hoped to raise between $330 million and $414 million.