Madison Square Garden, Inc. (), is an American entertainment promotion company, headquartered in New York, New York. The company spun off from Cablevision on February 9, 2010.
In addition to owning the Madison Square Garden arena in Manhattan, New York City, Madison Square Garden, Inc. is divided into three entities:
MSG Entertainment is the operating arm of the company. It controls live events at Madison Square Garden, both in the arena and in the Theatre at Madison Square Garden. In addition to the Garden itself, MSG Entertainment owns the rights to operate two theaters in Manhattan: Radio City Music Hall and the Beacon Theatre. In 2008, they took over operations of the Chicago Theatre, marking the first time MSG has operated a facility outside the New York City area. It produces the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (starring the Rockettes), both at Radio City Music Hall and in venues around the United States.
Madison Square Garden, L.P. used to operate the Hartford Civic Center (now the XL Center), an indoor arena in Hartford, Connecticut and Rentschler Field, a stadium in East Hartford under contract with the state of Connecticut until the 2007 season when it was replaced by Northland/Anschutz Entertainment Group. Madison Square Garden, L.P., currently has the option to purchase the L.A. Forum from its current owner Faithful Central Bible Church of Inglewood CA. If the terms of the agreement are met, MSG can purchase the Forum for $23 Million.
James L. Dolan - Executive Chairman
- Hank J. Ratner - President and CEO
Glen Grunwald - Senior Vice President, Basketball Operations - New York Knicks
Glen Sather - President and General Manager - New York Rangers
- Scott O'Neil - President and Chief Operating Officer - MSG Sports
- Melissa Ormond - President MSG Entertainment
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