The music media vet returns to label life.
Bobbie Gale has joined Warner Bros. Records as vice president of communications and media. The announcement was made by Liz Morentin, who was named executive vice president of communications and media in December and to whom Gale will report to out the label's Burbank, Calif. headquarters.
“Bobbie Gale brings a vast amount of media experience, strategy and creativity," Morentin said in a statement, "which will serve her well as she joins us in the next chapter of Warner Bros. Records.”
For the more then two decades Gale has worked with a vast number of top artists. Previously Gale worked as an independent publicist at BB Gun Press for four years where she executed media strategies for a variety of music, film, and technology companies. Her clients included Albert Hammond Jr., Fitz & The Tantrums, Judith Hill, Neon Trees, Fetty Wap, OK Go, Glenn Campbell, Patti Smith and actress/musician Soko among others.