Here’s a recap of recent executive shuffles — including both hirings and in-house promotions — from across the music industry.
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Muserk announced that it has promoted Quentin Bradley to head of product. He formerly handled global rights management at the company and will report to the company’s CEO and founder Paul Goldman while being based out of the company’s Nashville office.
One Media iP has hired Brian Berg as the chairman of Eclipse Global Entertainment. They have also appointed Claire Blunt, who is the COO and the CFO of Hearst UK, to its board of directors. They have both joined the company’s board as independent non-executive directors as well, with Claire as a non-executive chair of the company.
ID&T announced that it has changed its board structure to a single tier. Wouter Tavecchio, who is the former CEO of the ID&T group and the founder of Q-Dance, will take the position of chairman of the board of directors (non-executive) while Ritty van Straalen, who is the former COO of the ID&T group, has been appointed as CEO. Duncan Stutterheim, who is the founder of ID&T, is returning to the company as a non-executive board member.
Primary Wave Music Publishing has hired Angelica Camacho to become its vice president of creative A&R. She previously worked for TaP Music.
Garth Brooks’ Pearl Records announced that it has promoted Glenn Noblit to its director of national promotion. He has worked there since 2016, serving as the label’s director of regional promotion.
Concord Music Publishing has hired Amanda Molter as its deputy general counsel.
The independent music label Defected Records has named James Kirkham as its chief business officer. He previously held the same role at Copa90 for four years.