Prospect Park is a Hollywood entertainment production company, founded in 2008 by Richard H. Frank, a former executive at the Walt Disney Television, along with Jeff Kwatinetz, former CEO of the talent agency The Firm, Inc., and music manager Peter Katsis. The company is based in Century City, California, and embodies three distinct business units: Music Management, Record Label, and Television Production. On May 3, 2011, former ABC executive Josh Barry joined the company to lead the production company.
The production company currently boasts the USA Network television series Royal Pains, as well as the FX Network series Wilfred as well as WGN's first straight to series show based on the real salem witch trials "Salem". The series premiere debuted to 1.5 Million viewers despite only being available in 63% of US households. On May 4, 2014 it was announced that Salem was renewed for a second season after only three episodes. It has seven other pilot series in development.
The music division is divided into the Management department which guides the careers of many of the worlds biggest music artists, and Prospect Park Records, an independent record label that is responsible for releasing one of 2014's biggest releases, and serves as the label home to Multi-Million Selling artists Five Finger Death Punch, and Korn. In 2014, it > added British chart toppers You Me At Six to its roster. In 2014, Prospect Park Records led All Labels marketshare at Rock Radio (according to mediabase)