Here’s a recap of recent music industry jobs — including both hirings and in-house promotions — as of May 20th, 2022.
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FaZe Clan has named former BMG president for U.S. Zach Katz president and COO.
Warner Music Canada
Warner Music Canada has rehired Julia Hummel, who will come aboard this time as VP of digital strategy and business development. In the new role, the former Amazon Music Canada exec will “help the label’s artists leverage the opportunities opening up in the web3 universe.”
Caitlin Haurie, previously a sync higher-up at MNRK and Downtown, is now Position Music’s senior director of creative sync for ads and brands.
ONErpm has opened an office in Atlanta and enlisted head of urban Orlando McGhee to lead the division.
Additionally, Coalition DJs founder Nick Love has become the Atlanta office’s project manager, with Glenn “Guccio” Teague, who already handles the company’s urban A&R in Detroit and St. Louis, signing on as head of urban A&R.
Tiago Correia, Warner Music’s senior director of new business and ventures, has joined the advisory board of OKRE, which bills itself as “an independent charity and international hub.”
Oak View Group’s OVG360 has tapped former Milwaukee Bucks booking exec Starr Butler-Jemison to serve as SVP of content development and private events.
Butler-Jemison will start in the position on Tuesday, July 5th, “overseeing a new division focused on innovative private functions, major corporate events, and content development.”
iHeartMedia Tampa has promoted six-year company veteran Jorge Lopez to VP of sales for Hispanic brands.
Universal Music Publishing Group has hired four-year ASCAP team member Cristina Chavez as VP of A&R.
Creative Artists Agency has elevated Jacob Lapidus (who joined the company in 2016) and Dan Rais (who’s spearheaded CAA’s music brand partnerships for half a decade) to agents in its music touring division.
Sweetwater has upped Mike Clem, who started with the business in 2003, to the newly created position of chief growth officer.