5@5: Live Design Awards Ceremony, Revamping Tony, PRG CEO Resignation, And More David Johnson, managing director of Live Design/LDI, presents at the Live Design Awards ceremony. Photo by Paul Fronc.

5@5: Live Design Awards Ceremony, Revamping Tony, PRG CEO Resignation, And More

The 5@5 is released every Thursday at 5pm as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

Recap Of The Live Design Awards Ceremony 2016

The Live Design franchise honored people, projects, and products that exemplify the best in entertainment design and technology at an awards ceremony, sponsored by Elation Professional, at Upper Story by Charlie Palmer on Monday, June 13. Check out the gallery of photos of awards recipients. 

Tony, Can You See Me?

Do the design Tony's need to be revamped? Learn about people's ideas for revision.

Congratulations To The Winners Of The 70th Annual Tony Awards!

The 2016 Tony Awards were held Sunday, June 12, with hit musical Hamilton winning 11 out of its 16 nominations. Check out the winners!

Join The Eurovision Song Contest Webcast With Ola Melzig.

On Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 2:00pm ET / 11:00am PT, we'll talk with Eurovision Song Contest's longtime technical director/production manager Ola Melzig about the history of the broadcast, the insane logistics of designing, programming, and rehearsing 42 acts (plus Justin Timberlake), all with a crew of more than 220 professionals onsite. Register for the free, exclusive webcast now!

CEO Of PRG Announces Resignation.

CEO of the PRG Music Group, Mickey Curbishley announced that he will be leaving Production Resource Group as of June 30, 2016. As CEO of PRG’s Music Group, Curbishley oversaw business development and client support for concert tours, special events, television, and other music-related projects around the world. Read more about Curbishley's decision.

Stay tuned for next week's round-up of current industry news.

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