It has been a fairly active and as always
interesting summer in the music industry world on several fronts.
Just a few industry news items since our last newsletter we wanted
to make sure you hadn't missed! Jumping right in, the Country Music
Association has added four staffers to its personnel roster. Emily
Evans has been hired as Director, Strategic Partnerships, Angela
Brown as Accounting Coordinator, Mandi Naylor joins the Live Events
department as Production Coordinator, and Justin Randall as the
new Network Administrator. Peermusic beefs up its Latin music operations
by promoting Yvonne Drazan to VP, Latin Division, West Coast and
Julio Bagué who will serve as VP, Latin Division, East Coast.
Both will report to peermusic President/COO Kathy Spanberger.
Mason Hunter has been named Executive Director, Strategic Parnerships/Business
Development at BMI in Nashville. Universal Music Publishing Group
named Rebekah Alperin as SVP, Marketing and Communications. Alperin
was formally SVP Worldwide Communications and Marketing at Kobalt.
Sam Jones, previously at Perform Group, LoveLive and Warner Music
Group, has been hired by Bauer Media as Managing Director of Digital.
Jay Boone has been appointed VP/Urban Promotion at RED Distribution.
Piracy fighting service company MUSO has hired Dan Moore as Head
of Music Services.
Longtime film and TV licensing executive Debra Delshad has joined
independent publisher Angry Mob Music to head its synchronization
and licensing department. Adding to her duties as EVP of Publicity
at RCA Records, Mika El-Baz is relocating from New York to LA adding
EVP West Coast to her title and duties. And, Brian Monaco has been
promoted to executive VP, worldwide head of advertising, film and
television at Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Of course as always, the
new A&R Registry (or one of our other directories) will have
everyone's new location, addresses and contact information.
Of course as always, the new A&R Registry (or one of our other
directories) will have everyone's new location, addresses and contact
information. More info and order.
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