Executive Turntable: Universal, SESAC, Capitol, Fullscreen, Schure, Maybach


Fullscreen, an independent YouTube network that boasts more than 10,000 channels and 150 million subscribers, appoints Larry Shapiro head of talent. Based in Los Angeles, Shapiro will lead the company's talent department, which manages such YouTube content creators as comedian Miranda Sings, filmmaker Devin Super Tramp and musicians Lindsey Stirling, Tyler Ward and Sam Tsui. "My job is to help the artists and creatives within our network expand their businesses on the YouTube platform, as well as creating new business opportunities for them in other forms of entertainment," says Shapiro, who was an agent at Creative Artists Agency, where he established the talent firm's videogame department. "I look at YouTube as this amazing platform that has the heart and mind of the youth today, much like MTV did back in the '80s." Shapiro replaces former Fullscreen head of talent Sami Kreigstein, who's been named VP of talent integrations.


Universal Music Group in London names Hayley Lloyd VP of global digital accounts. She was director.

Capitol Music Group appoints Robbie McIntosh executive VP of international. He owned and ran marketing and artist management company RMC International.

Maybach Music Group names Kendell "Young Sav" Freeman VP. He was mixshow manager at Def Jam Records.


SESAC names Glen Phillips associate director of writer/publisher relations. He founded licensing company Track Record Licensing.


Schure Media Group appoints Edwin Banacia VP of media. He was senior director of media at Sony Music Entertainment.


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