United Talent Agency has acquired Don Epstein’s 35-year-old speakers bureau Greater Talent Network, the companies announced Tuesday.Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Epstein, who launched GTN in the basement of a New York brownstone in 1982 by signing initial clients P.J. O’Rourke and Tom Wolfe, will become a partner in UTA as part of the deal.GTN boasts some of the top lecture agents and professional event coordinators representing talent from the worlds of business, entertainment, sports, media, technology, news and politics. GTN will continue to operate out of its New York City and Florida offices.
NYS Entity Status
- Dissolution (Feb 27, 2002)
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AUGUST 10, 1995
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
1995 - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NETWORK OF GREATER NEW YORK, INC.
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