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Ted Field returns

THE ART OF FIELDING: Ted Field, who launched Interscope Records in 1990 and led the game-changing label with Jimmy Iovine until 2001, is about to make his return to the record business with a new label venture, with distribution deals for the new venture currently under discussion. Cognizant, as in the past, of the changing landscape of the business, Field plans to help launch the careers of the acts signed to label by using their music in the films and TV shows produced by his Radar Pictures. These projects include the Barry Levinson-directed Gotti: In the Shadow of My Father (derived from the Radar-produced 2004-05 reality TV series Growing Up Gotti) and The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking. All eyes will be on this industry legend as he writes a new chapter in his storied career. (6/14a)

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