Exegan Media & Entertainment Partners with The DNS Agency

Exegan Media & Entertainment announces partnership with Los Angeles based The DNS Agency for A&R scouting and related services for Exegan owned labels including Poison Tree Records, Silverado Records and Gateway Records, as well as consulting services on many projects currently in development. 

“We’re excited to partner with Dean and The DNS Agency on a variety of strategic growth plans we have for our labels. Dean’s energy and drive is unmatchable, and his ability to connect people brings an exciting element to our projects,” said Aaron Chesling, President of Exegan Media & Entertainment, Inc. 

The DNS Agency works within all areas of the entertainment industry and encompasses all artists’ needs from A&R, Branding and Distribution to working directly with labels, engineers and producers. Since starting The DNS Agency in 2008, the company’s president Dean O’Shaughnessy has worked closely with clients ranging from national and international acts down to the best in local talent.  

“Exegan is an exciting company to partner with, as their growth and futuristic look at the music industry begins to take shape. Their leadership team provides a compelling vision for the road ahead and I’m excited to play a role,” said O’Shaughnessy, President The DNS Agency. 

Dean O’Shaughnessy is a renowned sales strategist with vast experience in operations management and a background in corporate buying, senior leadership and field operations. He has exercised countless hours of high profile meetings and facilitated deals in excess of 500 million. O’Shaughnessy has been active in the field of strategic process improvement, branding, sales strategy development, profit generating programs and business lead generation for more than 25 years. Large or small, The DNS Agency approaches everyone as the multimillion dollar client they are or can be with the mission statement “Everything is Possible.”

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