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  1. ICM Partners Unveils New Logo

    11:31 am 12/10/2012

    The agency converted to a partnership structure in May.Read more

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  2. THR's Agent Roundtable: 6 Top Female Dealmakers Talk Industry Diplomacy, Clients and Competition

    10:00 am 12/7/2012

    UTA's Blair Kohan, WME's Sharon Jackson and Gersh's Leslie Siebert on being hired, fired and ultracompetitive in a man's world.Read more

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  3. ICM Hires UTA Agent Ruthanne Secunda

    1:53 pm 12/4/2012

    With a roster that includes Jon Cryer and Tori Spelling, Secunda was co-head of the TV talent department at UTA, after stints in Washington, D.C. and New York City.Read more

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  4. ICM Partners Forms Alliance With Sagalyn Agency

    1:53 pm 11/28/2012

    The agency is expanding its publishing business with a partnership with the Washington D.C. firm.Read more

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  5. Jeff Berg Nearing Deal for New Talent Agency Headquarters in Century City (Exclusive)

    4:29 pm 11/14/2012

    The former ICM chairman is in final negotiations for space at 1801 Century Park East -- three blocks from his old company's offices.Read more

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  6. Jon Hamm Departs Longtime Talent Agency (Exclusive)

    5:41 pm 11/2/2012

    The "Mad Men" star had been represented by ICM Partners' Carol Bodie, who was let go by the agency last week.Read more

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  7. ICM Partners Recruits Cinetic's Bart Walker in Boost to Film Group

    2:19 pm 11/1/2012

    Walker, who joins with partner Christina Bazdekis, represents Sofia Coppola, Lisa Cholodenko, Jim Jarmusch and others.Read more

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  8. TV Trumps Film in Digital Era, ICM's Chris Silbermann Tells THR's Power Business Managers (Video)

    2:39 pm 10/3/2012

    UPDATED: Silbermann spoke Wednesday at the magazine's Entertainment Business Managers Power Breakfast in Beverly Hills. Read more

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  9. ICM Partners Form Digital Content Joint Venture With Screenz

    9:30 am 10/3/2012

    The partnership will develop interactive entertainment, including second-screen platforms.Read more

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