Waiting to exhale.
Reports in the Post and Daily News have hordes of CAA agents descending upon Gotham in 2004.
True, the agency's new Gotham digs at 162 Fifth Ave. opens sometime early next year. But as for multitudes of biblical proportions, WMA and ICM can relax.
In February, CAA bought the market research company Youth Intelligence, and its 11 staffers will be housed in the new CAA office. Joining them there are theater agents George Lane and Michael Cardonick, endorsements agent Peter Hess and Kelly Flatow, a marketing person. Otherwise, there are no immediate plans to hire or relocate TV or motion picture agents.
As for new CAA clients, that is a different story. There are many. Latest signings include playwrights Leslie Ayvazian ("Lovely Day"), Brooke Berman ("The Triple Happiness"), Julian Sheppard ("Buicks") and Tristine Skyler ("The Moonlight Room").
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|Title Annotation:||Agents In Place)(CAA to open offices in New York, New York|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 15, 2003|
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