Industry veteran Tyson Haller has announced his departure from ADA, the indie label services arm of Warner Music Group, after seven years. Haller initially ran a “radio department of one” and was later elevated to senior vp promotion and label services during his tenure at ADA.
As leader of the label services team, Haller oversaw marketing, publicity, digital marketing, playlist promotion, sync & licensing and radio promotion for an artist roster that has included Lil Dicky, Madeintyo and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, among others.
“I am leaving ADA after an amazing run,” Haller said. “I am proud to have started out as a radio department of one, helping to build what is now a multi-format team of executives that has achieved both platinum singles and gold albums, as well as, multiple #1’s, Top 5’s and Top 10’s at radio.”
He added, “I am grateful for all the support and opportunity that Stu Bergen, Eliah Seton and Kenny Weagly have given me during my time at the company. ADA continues to be set up for great things. I look forward to what’s next.”
Eliah Seton, president ADA Worldwide, said: “Tyson has been an integral member of our senior team, helping to successfully drive our label services strategy these last several years. We will miss him and wish him the best for what we know is going to be a very bright future.”
Prior to joining ADA, Haller held senior positions at ILG, EastWest Records, Virgin Records and Elektra Entertainment Group.