Here’s a recap of recent executive shuffles — including both hirings and in-house promotions — from across the music industry.
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Spotify has announced the hiring of Ned Monahan as head of global hits, which is a newly created position at the company. He previously was marketing director at Interscope.
Republic Records has promoted Marisa Bianco to senior vice president of media. She will continue to work out of the company’s New York office.
Capitol Records has hired Jeff Vaughn as its new president. Vaughn, who previously was vice president of A&R at Group/Artist Publishing Group, will begin his new position in January.
Warner Music Group has named Jon Glass as a senior vice president and head of its digital legal affairs.
AEG Presents announced that it has promoted Debra Rathwell to executive vice president of global touring and talent. She will continue to work out of the company’s New York office.
ID&T Events has hired Edo Van Duijn as its new music director.
Outback Presents announced that it has hired Benton Wharton as a talent buyer. He previously held a similar position at Pisgah Brewing Company.
Sony Music Entertainment has named a senior leadership team that will be responsible for expanding their digital business going forward. This includes Dennis Kooker as president of global digital business & U.S. sales and Tom Mackay, as president of Sony Music Film and TV A&R.
Kobalt has announced that Avid Larizadeh Duggan, who was COO of the British-based company, has left. She had been awarded an OBE (Officer Of The Order Of The British Empire) for her work and services to the economy, business and education.