Accounting firm J.H. Cohn LLP has merged in Charles Brucia & Co., expanding its entertainment-related client base.

The Manhattan-based firm offers services to the TV, motion picture and music production industries. The firm will operate as Charles Brucia & Co., a division of J.H. Cohn. Brucia founded the firm in 1976 and will now become the division’s managing director and a partner at J.H. Cohn. Cohn has been expanding into handling entertainment and media clients, having combined with Frederic Kantor & Co., another Manhattan-based firm that specializes in the creative arts, last summer (see J.H. Cohn Combines with Frederic Kantor).

Brucia’s staff, which includes four other professionals, will relocate to Cohn’s offices. “J.H. Cohn’s bench strength in both New York and Los Angeles affords us the opportunity to increase the breadth of services to clients on both coasts, and enables us to concentrate on increasing capacity while maintaining our focus on our valued clients,” said Brucia in a statement.

J.H. Cohn ranked 14th on Accounting Today’s 2009 list of the Top 100 Firms, with $245 million in revenue.

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