CJ E&M Music Performance Division
|CJ E&M 음악공연사업부문|
|CJ E&M eumak gongyeonsa-eop bumun|
|division of CJ E&M|
Poibos (former Daeyoung AV),
|Founded||1994 (as Mediopia Technology Corp.)|
|Headquarters||CJ E&M Center, Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Ahn Suk-joon (Division Head)|
|Parent||CJ E&M Corp.|
|Subsidiaries||MMO Entertainment (Sub-label)
Music Works (Sub-label)
UK Muzik (Sub-label)
CJ Victor Entertainment (2014)
1887 Entertainment (2014)
Hi-Lite Records (2015)
CJ E&M Music Performance Division (Hangul:CJ E&M 음악공연사업부문 CJ E&M eumak gongyeon saeopbumun), also known as CJ E&M Music and Live (or Music·Live) (formerly known as Mediopia Technology Corp., GM Agency Co. Ltd., CJ Music Inc. and Mnet Media Corp.), is a South Korean entertainment company established by CJ Group subsidiary CJ E&M. The company operates as a entertainment company, talent agency, music production company, event management, concert production company, music publishing house and television production company.
The company current is home to artists such as SG Wannabe, Davichi, Baek Ji-young, Roy Kim, Son Ho-young, Hong Dae-kwang, Park Bo-ram, Eric Nam, Heize, Minzy, Kim So Hee and formerly to pioneering artists TURBO, SeeYa, Lee Hyori, Yoon Jong Shin, I.O.I.
- 1 Business
- 2 Roster
- 3 Subsidiaries
- 4 Former Artists
- 5 Former subsidiaries
- 6 Distribution Network
- 7 Controversies
- 8 References
- 9 External links
The CJ E&M Music Performance Division consists of five divisions:
- Music – entertainment management (music planning and development, production and sales, concerts, etc.)
- Broadcasting – variety program production, owns 2 music cable channels Mnet and KMTV.
- Online music content – runs online music store Mnet.com
- ASP – Naver, LG Telecom mobile music content provider
- Artist management – artist management and support
In 2012 CJ E&M launched a joint venture with Taiwanese firm Cayenne Entertainment Technology Co. to distribute video games.
- SG Wannabe (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- Davichi (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- TimeZ (co-managed with Super Jet Entertainment)
- Linus's Blanket
- Boys24 (Upcoming boy group, co-managed with Liveworks Company)
- Roy Kim
- Eric Nam (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- Emma Wu
- Kim Feel
- Kevin Oh
- Lee Hae-ri (Davichi)
AOMG is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M since 2016.
Hi-Lite Records is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M since 2015.
1877 Entertainment is an independent subsidiary label of CJ E&M since 2014.
MMO Entertainment is a subsidiary label of CJ E&M.
- Kang Daniel (Wanna One member) (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- Kim Jae-han (Produce 101 contestant) (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- Yoon Ji-sung (Wanna One member) (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- Joo Jin-woo (Produce 101 contestant) (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
- Choi Tae-woong (Produce 101 contestant) (co-managed with B2M Entertainment)
The Music Works
The Music Works (also known as, Music Works) is a subsidiary label of CJ E&M founded by Oh Won-chul (Philip Oh), former CEO of Baek Ji-young's former agency WS Entertainment.
The agency's logo is a play on the letter M on Mnet's logo, combining the letters M and W.
- Gilgu Bonggu (GB9)
- MYTEEN (set to debut in 2017)
- Lee Se Woong (MYTEEN)
- Choi Eunsu (MYTEEN)
- Kim Guk Heon (MYTEEN)
- Shin Jun Seob (MYTEEN)
- Park Min Jun (MYTEEN)
- Son Hyun Mi (Idolmaster)
- Oh Yoo Hyun
- Lee Yi Man
- Lee Ji Eun (High School Rapper, 2017)
- Kim Jae Hwan (Music Works Seeds, former Produce 101 Season 2 contestant, now a member of Wanna One)
- Yeo Min Ho (Music Works Seeds)
- Lee Roo Ha (Music Works Seeds)
- Good Entertainment (defunct since 2009)
- MBK Entertainment (formerly known as Core Contents Media, it was acquired by MBK Co., Ltd. in 2014)
- FNC Entertainment (spun off)
- Chrome Entertainment (2012-2013) (moved to Sony Music Korea)
- DSP Media (2002-2013) (moved to LOEN Entertainment)
- JYP Entertainment (moved to LOEN Entertainment, KMP Holdings, and later KT Music)
- Map the Soul Inc. (2009-2010)
- NH Media (moved to Warner Music Korea, KT Music, Sony Music Korea, LOEN Entertainment, Neowiz Internet and later TSN Company)
- Nega Network (moved to LOEN Entertainment)
- Star Empire Entertainment (moved to LOEN Entertainment and KT Music)
- Woollim Entertainment (moved to LOEN Entertainment and KT Music)
- YG Entertainment (moved to KMP Holdings and later KT Music)
- Plan A Entertainment (formerly A Cube Entertainment, acquired by LOEN Entertainment)
- "CJ E&M launches game distribution JV in Taiwan". Korea Times. 2012-09-13. Retrieved 2014-04-16.
- "Winners from 'The 3rd GAON Chart Kpop Awards'!". Allkpop. 2014-02-12. Retrieved 2014-04-16.
- CJ E&M, Victor Entertainment launch music joint venture
- CJ E&M, 래퍼 팔로알토 힙합 레이블 인수
- CJ E&M, 박재범·쌈디의 힙합 레이블 AOMG 인수
- 전지현·조정석 소속사 문화창고 "CJ E&M과 인수협상 논의 중" [공식입장]
- CJ E&M launches mega K-pop project ‘Boys 24’
- CJ E&M Corporation Invests $20.6 Million In New K-Pop Group Boys 24
- CJ E&M Reveals Boy Group Survival Show “Boys24″ Includes Trainees From Top-Notch Agencies
- "Korea's Fair Trade Commission fines 15 music distributors for collectively rigging prices". allkpop. March 1, 2011. Retrieved July 24, 2013.