George W. King
“Making Ideas Reality”
George King is an entrepreneur whose experience spans the music, film, literary and public speaking fields. He is an award winning film and video writer/producer/director. His early career as a singer/songwriter saw him tour extensively in the United States as well as 28 other countries. He has released two albums as a lead singer for "George King &The Fellowship" and two as a solo artist. As a public speaker he has appeared at business events, colleges, churches and high schools.
George is the founder of three companies: Olde Towne Productions, Diadem Music Group, and Size 10 Records, and is a co-founder of Dove Canyon Films,which is a film company focused on family friendly films.
Olde Towne Productions is a media production company. It produces local and national television commercials and industrial theater presentations. OTP has vast expierience in the production of live events. Video productions also includes inconcert and concept music videos. Olde Town Productions is the production entity for nationally syndicated television shows "Don Stewart The Bible Explorer" and "The Venue" on The Family Network
and "Clear and Free" on the Family Channel.
Diadem Music Group includes: Diadem Records ,Tribute Records, Diadem Kids and choral music companies Royal Tapestry and Light Music. While George was busy building Diadem Music Group he amassed a publishing catalog of more than 1,100 songs. He owned Diadem Music Group until its sale to Zomba/BMG. He remained as President of his companies until he was asked to become Senior Vice President and Co-Manager of Reunion Label Group, which includes Reunion, Benson, Brentwood and Diadem Record labels.
As a music executive George has signed or marketed artists whose combined records have won 15 Grammy Awards, 45 Dove Awards, 20 Stellar Awards, and has sold more than 30 million records. As a producer of television programming he has produced and directed a television series as well as six nationally syndicated television specials.
George resigned his position effective January 2002 to become a founding partner at Dove Canyon Films.
As a founding partner at Dove Canyon Films he has been involved in every aspect of the company. Under his supervision the company has acquired the rights to develop 4 original screenplays: "Butterfly Kisses," "Saint X Prep," "Saucer," and "Flying Tigers." He wrote and directed the company's first feature "Sting: Moment of Truth," which was distributed by Image Entertainment.
George recently produced four television specials for network broadcast: "The Legacy of Hope Awards" from the Century Plaza Hotel, "NBA Veterans vs. The Rookies" from the Staples Center, "The Big Bad Music Special" from Studio Center Los Angeles, and the Magic Johnson Comedy Roast from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.