— Atlantic Records gains two senior vice presidents in the Urban Marketing department with the promotions of Dionnee Harper and Marsha St. Hubert.
— Mark Robinson is appointed head of business and legal affairs at 300 Entertainment. Previously, Robinson comes from BMG as the svp/general counsel.
— Downtown Music Publishing Nashville promotes their very own Danny Berrios from A&R manager to A&R director.
— Big moves at The FADER as Duncan Cooper takes on the role as editor-in-chief, managing both the print and website content of the company. Robert Semmer will work as the creative director of video for the publication, responsible for original and branded content.
— The production organization, Grand Performances has named Mari Riddle as their new executive director who has an extensive background in executive management.
— Vevo shakes things up with the hires of new additions to their original content team. Kim Taylor Bennett will serve as senior creative producer, Anupa Mistry joins as creative producer, Priya Minhas will come on board as the new original and branded content producer, Cameron Robert is named video producer of the company, Lika Kumoi takes the role as senior video editor, Jayson Rodriguez becomes their creative producer and Kevin Rose will fill in the slot as Vevo’s video editor.
— Warner Music Nashville gains senior director Tim Foisset.
— Shannon Bare moves up to senior vice president for Hub-International.
— Formerly a publicity coordinator at AristoMedia, Dakota Lindstrom now heads Break the Cycle Entertainment’s Sonshine Media as president.