Mandalay Entertainment Group is an American entertainment company
founded in 1995 by Peter Guber, with interests in motion pictures,
television, sports entertainment and new media. The company has around
Mandalay Pictures is a film production company whose productions
include I Know What You Did Last Summer, Donnie Brasco, Seven Years in
Tibet, Wild Things, Les Misérables, The Deep End of the Ocean, Sleepy
Hollow, The Score, and Into the Blue.
Mandalay Television is a producer of television series, including
Mercy Point (UPN), Rude Awakening, and Brotherhood. It also
previously distributed games of its minor league baseball teams owned
by Mandalay Baseball Properties for TV airings. It also produces
television films and miniseries. Its productions include Intensity,
Get to the Heart: The
Barbara Mandrell Story, Bad As I Wanna Be, Sole
Survivor, First Daughter, The Linda McCartney Story, Angels Fall, Blue
Smoke, Carolina Moon, Montana Sky, Northern Lights, Midnight Bayou,
High Noon and Tribute.
Mandalay Sports Entertainment which previously included Mandalay
Baseball Properties (MBP), responsible for several professional
baseball franchises, sports marketing, stadium development, ownership,
management and consulting.
Dick Clark Productions, which has been co-owned by Mandalay twice,
from 2004-2007, and again in September 2012.
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