The Latest Music Industry Gigs: BMG, eOne, iHeartMedia, Universal Music, More

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Here’s a wrap on the latest music industry jobs — in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

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BMG —Marian Wolf

BMG has announced the promotion of Marian Wolf to Vice President, Global Writer Services & China. He will handle day-to-day operations of BMG’s Global Writer Services for the international publishing roster.

Entertainment One — Bill Wilson

eOne has tapped Bill Wilson as Senior Vice President Digital Operations and Innovation, Music. Wilson will oversee all aspects of digital strategy across the company’s business including label service, talent management, music publishing, and live entertainment.

iHeartMedia — Kellie Holeman

iHeartMedia has announced that Kellie Holeman has been named Market President for the Greensboro market.

Universal Music Group — JJ Corsini and Chris Hovsepian

UMG has announced it has hired JJ Corsini and Chris Hovsepian as dual Senior VPs of Artist Development. The duo joins the company from Apple Music and will spearhead new artist development starting May 1st.

Universal Music Central Europe — Maciej Kutak

Universal Music Central Europe has appointed Maciej Kutak as Managing Director of Universal Music Poland, starting May 1st. Kutak joins UMG from Sony Music, where he held the position of Managing Director of Eastern Europe.

SoundExchange — New Board of Directors Members

SoundExchange has announced four new members for its board of directors. The new directors include RIAA chairman and CEO Mitch Glazier, UMG Senior VP Business and Legal Affairs Alasdair McMullan, entertainment attorney Laurie Soriano, and Sony Music exec Jeff Walker.

Red Light Management — David Adcock

Red Light Management has announced that David Adcock has been hired at the company’s Nashville office. He will focus on expanding the office’s non-country roster in the city.

IMPEL — Sarah Williams

IMPEL has named Sarah Williams its new CEO.  The respected attorney has more than 25 years of indie music and entertainment industry experience.

Live Nation Entertainment — Song Ke

Live Nation Entertainment has appointed Song Ke as chairman of Live Nation China. In this position, Song Ke will guide Live Nation’s business in China with a focus on domestic artist touring.

Def Jam Recordings — DJ Mormile and Jeff Burroughs

Def Jam Recordings has tapped industry veterans DJ Mormile and Jeff Burroughs as senior executives for its Los Angeles and New York offices.  DJ Mormile has been appointed Executive Vice President, West Coast.  Jeff Burroughs joins as Senior Vice President of Marketing.

AWAL — Thomas Fiss

AWAL has hired Thomas Fiss as Vice President, Strategic Marketing in North America. He will be based in AWAL’s Los Angeles office and will oversee creative multi-channel marketing for AWAL’s artists.

United Palace — Heath Miller

The historic venue has tapped Heath Miller as its new Director of Booking, reporting into United Palace CEO and spiritual director Reverend Heather Shea.

Berklee College of Music — Phillip Lima

Boston-based Berklee College of Music has named Phillip Lima to assistant chair of the school’s voice department.

Third Side Music — Multiple Hirings + Promotions

Third Side Music looks to be seriously bulking up.  The publishing company has hired Kristen Genovese as Senior Vice President of Creative Sync, and Alex Kelman as Co-EVP of Creative/A&R.  Elsewhere, Melissa Woods has been bumped to Co-EVP of creative/A&R, with Brontë Jane moving to VP of A&R.