Jacqueline Saturn Promoted to President of Caroline

Jacqueline Saturn
Maggie Shannon

Jacqueline Saturn

Jacqueline Saturn has been promoted to president of Capitol Music Group's indie label services division, Caroline, it was announced today by CMG chief operating officer Michelle Jubelirer. The promotions veteran, who previously held the title of GM at Caroline, will continue to lead the division's 50-person team in the U.S. and oversee all artist and label signings and partnerships.

Based in Hollywood's iconic Capitol Tower and reporting to Jubelirer, Saturn will also continue to lead CMG's Harvest Records, home to Banks and Glass Animals, among others. Saturn joined Harvest in 2013 after two decades at Sony Music's Epic Records, where she rose to senior vp of promotion. She added co-GM of Caroline in 2015, and dropped the "co" late last year when Piero Giramonti departed.

Under Saturn's leadership, Caroline has doubled its U.S. market share over the past year to more than 3 percent. In the past 14 months alone, it has scored several No. 1s on the Billboard 200, from NF, Migos, XXXTentacion and Halsey. Caroline has also scored 63 entries across the Hot 100, with ten in the top 20.

"Jacqueline is a dynamic executive who brings a wealth of experience and tireless dedication to helping Caroline's partners achieve and exceed their goals," said CMG chairman and CEO Steve Barnett. "Under her leadership, Caroline has become internationally renowned as the place to be for artists and labels spanning many genres who want to remain independent but be able to draw upon the skills, hard work and clout that Jacqueline and her team have to offer."

Saturn added, "In my expanded role, I will continue to lead this bright and ambitious team that I work with every day to even greater success. I am honored to walk into this iconic building every day and work to achieve what we envisioned for Caroline when I became GM several years ago. We are lucky to work with the most dedicated and dynamic label partners and artists in the business, and I am inspired by them daily."


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