Executive Turntable: Moves at TuneIn & Coalition Agency, Additions to Tunedly Advisory Board

Courtesy of TuneIn
     

TuneIn has appointed Juliette Morris to the company's new role of chief marketing officer, tasking her to oversee marketing efforts for audience and development.

"I am excited to join this dynamic company and work alongside an impressive leadership team that has and will continue to innovate in the audio industry," said Morris. "TuneIn’s global brand is far-reaching in terms of audience, scale and breadth of content. With play-by-play sports of every major league team, live TV news, and the most comprehensive catalog of the world’s podcasts and broadcast radio stations, TuneIn has emerged as the most differentiated audio platform in the world. It is a privilege to be able to contribute to the growth of listenership and subscriptions for a company perfectly positioned for success."


Coalition Agency has announced three additions to the company. Joining from Music Sport are Anthony Norris and Owen Kent as managing director and creative director, respectively. They will be reporting to Guy Robinson, CEO and founder of Coalition Agency. Claire Horseman was appointed as non-executive director.

“Coalition is successfully embracing a ‘three sixty’ vision in the way we work with our talent and brands, and with the addition of these three truly inspiring professionals we are now stronger than ever,” said Robinson. “From talent building, delivering and promoting live events, through to brand creation and management, I’m extremely proud to welcome Anthony, Claire and Owen to our dynamic entrepreneurial team.”


Tunedly has announced two new additions to its advisory board: Mathew Knowles, father of Beyoncé and Solange and current head of Music World Entertainment, and producer and songwriter Harvey Mason Jr., who has won Grammy awards, Billboard Music Awards and ASCAP Pop awards for his work. 

“Both of our new advisors joined to help Tunedly navigating the often tricky waters of the music industry more efficient,” said co-founder Mylene Besancon. “We know this will help us and the people who work with us find more success with their music without any doubt at all.”


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