Here’s a recap of recent music industry jobs — including both hirings and in-house promotions — as of October 12th, 2022.
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Atlantic Music Group
Warner Music Group has tapped 18-year Atlantic Records veteran Julie Greenwald to serve as CEO and chairwoman of the newly created Atlantic Music Group, which encompasses the namesake label as well as 300 Elektra Entertainment.
Vivendi’s See Tickets has promoted Boris Patronoff to COO of See Tickets Group – Patronoff, formerly an exec at Vivendi proper, will remain CEO of See North America – and elevated former Paylogic higher-up Marijke van den Bosch to CEO of See in Germany and Benelux.
Next, former StubHub team member Adriana García-Abril Ruiz, who joined See last year, has become MD of Iberia, whereas L’Olympia president Laurent de Cerner has been brought on as See Tickets France’s CEO.
Nicole Beemsterboer, who joined Spotify’s Gimlet Media in March after spending 15 years with NPR, has become the podcast studio’s MD. Additionally, Liliana Kim, previously with HBO and Viacom, will begin leading Parcast on Monday, November 7th.
Audiotonix has named former PreSonus and Avid Technology exec John Bastianelli CEO of Slate Digital.
Ralph W. Peer – not to be confused with his grandfather, Peermusic founder Ralph S. Peer, or his father, Peermusic executive chair Ralph Peer II – is now MD for Peermusic Australia.
Sony Music Nashville
Songtradr’s MassiveMusic has appointed former McCann Worldgroup music head Eric David Johnson executive creative director and enlisted 194 Group founder Shez Mehra to serve as head of partnerships.
Additionally, composer Johanna Cranitch has been promoted from associate creative director to creative director.
Former Atlantic Records SVP Orlando Wharton has signed on as president of Priority Records and EVP of Capitol Music Group.
Secretly Group has hired 12-year Downtown exec Mark Czarra as MD of radio.
TikTok has upped Tidal vet William Gruger to its newly created Global Music Programs team, which, according to a description on Gruger’s LinkedIn profile, is “focused on building out the strategies designed to elevate and amplify key music trends and campaigns across all regional territories and across the wider family of Bytedance products.”