XIX Entertainment

XIX Entertainment

XIX Entertainment is an entertainment content and intellectual rights organisation based in North America and Europe. The company, which has been valued at $100 million was set up by Simon Fuller in 2010 to commercially develop world class individuals and entertainment properties with an established sporting, music, TV or fashion pedigree. The company provides artist services that include management, TV & Music production, social media engagement, Public Relations, entertainment marketing, legal and accounting services, and has a staff of fifty with offices in London, New York, Los Angeles and Nashville.

The company manages Annie Lennox, Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, Andy Murray, Lewis Hamilton, Steven Tyler, Carrie Underwood  David Cook, The Spice Girls, Aloe Blacc, Lisa Marie Presley, Roland Mouret  and entered a partnership with Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and for their 2012 production Q'Viva! The Chosen!

In 2011 Simon Fuller announced that XIX Entertainment would be taking a 50% stake in a new venture with Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, named Blackwell Fuller Inc.

ABBA Returns - Simon Fuller and Universal Music Group to launch new Digital Experience

26/10/16 01:25 | 1:25pm | Simon Fuller

ABBA returns - World's favourite pop act teaming up with Simon Fuller and Universal Music Group to launch new digital experience. 

London and Los Angeles 26.10.2016

Nearly 35 years after their last public performance together, the members of ABBA are preparing to give their fans around the wo...

Victoria Beckham partners with Target

24/10/16 10:18 | 10:18am | Victoria Beckham


Victoria Beckham will launch a collection with Target in 2017.

The retail giant announced in a press release Wednesday that it is collaborating with the 42-year-old English designer on a limited-edition spring line for women, girls and babies.

Victoria Beckham for Target...

Simon Fuller wins EMMY for American Idol

14/09/16 09:19 | 9:19am | Simon Fuller

Los Angeles, 11th September 2016

American Idol has been awarded the Governors Award at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday night in Los Angeles.  Simon Fuller was joined on stage by Fox Television Group Chairman and CEO Dana Walden and Cecile Frot Coutaz from FremantleMedia Group CEO.  In...