Glen Brunman has been named executive VP and head of creative (U.S.) for Warner/Chappell Music. Brunman is based in Los Angeles and reports to Dave Johnson, chairman and CEO of the publisher.

Prior to joining Warner/Chappell, Brunman spent more than three decades at Sony Music, most recently serving as president of the Soundtrax label which he founded in 1992. While at Soundtrax, Brunman oversaw hit soundtracks such as "Titanic," "Forrest Gump," and "Chicago," among many others.

In his new position, he will oversee all of Warner/Chappell's A&R, creative and music synchronization efforts in the U.S, and will focus on emerging platforms, including online and mobile.