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Roger Waters announces European tour | Entertainment
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Roger Waters announces European tour | Entertainment

Roger Waters has announced new tour dates for 2023.The former Pink Floyd frontman will kick off his European 'This Is Not A Drill' tour in Lisbon on March 17.He will also visit Barcelona, Madrid, Milan and Krakow, before finishing up in Prague on May 24.He is currently on the US leg of the tour, which was originally due to begin in 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.He said previously: "'This Is Not A Drill' is a groundbreaking new rock roll/cinematic extravaganza, performed in the round. It is a stunning indictment of the corporate dystopia in which we all struggle to survive, and a call to action to love, protect, and share our precious a...
NGL Collective and mitú Merge to Create Largest Digital-first Latinx Media and Entertainment Powerhouse in US |
Entertainment

NGL Collective and mitú Merge to Create Largest Digital-first Latinx Media and Entertainment Powerhouse in US |

GoDigital Media Group Acquires NGL Collective Co-founded by John Leguizamo with Backing from MEP CapitalLOS ANGELES, Aug. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- GoDigital Media Group ("GoDigital"), a global media and technology conglomerate focused on community, content, and commerce, announced today the acquisition of NGL Collective with the backing of MEP Capital, a media and entertainment-focused investment firm.As part of the acquisition, NGL Collective ("NGL"), the U.S.' leading New Generation Latinx digital-first media and entertainment company co-founded by actor and activist John Leguizamo and industry leader David Chitel is merging with GoDigital...
What happened to F45? ‘Enormous issues’ behind fitness empire’s downfall
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What happened to F45? ‘Enormous issues’ behind fitness empire’s downfall

F45 co-founder Rob Deutsch says “never in his wildest dreams” could he have imagined the sudden downfall of the fitness empire he started in 2013.The Aussie gym behind what actor Mark Wahlberg calls the “best workout on the planet” took a major hit to its global ambitions this week after revealing it was laying off 110 staff.It came as Adam Gilchrist, who shares the same name as the Aussie cricketer and founded the business alongside Deutsch, suddenly announced he was stepping down as CEO and chairman of the company’s board of directors.F45 declared it was massively scaling back its expansion plans “amid changing macroeconomic and business conditions”.After planning to roll out 1500 new franchises this year F45 will instead aim for between 350 and 450 and its forecasted revenue has drop...