The label has seen rough times ever since Tom Whalley was ousted in 2010 . In his place, a trifecta of executives was supposed to stabilize and grow the Warner Music Group company.
Warner Bros. Records’ co-President and CEO Todd Moscowitz is resigning from his position, Warner Music Group announced today. Cameron Strang, chairman and CEO of Warner/Chappell and head of WMG’s music publishing and catalog development sectors, will now oversee all west coast operations for the company with WBR chairman Rob Cavallo and co-President/COO Livia Tortella reporting directly to him.
WBR has seen a couple of rough years ever since an executive shakeup in late 2010 ousted then label-head Tom Whalley. In his place, the trifecta of Cavallo-Moscowitz-Tortella was supposed to stabilize and grow the record company, which had long been revered for its roster of veteran rock acts, among them: Neil Young, Green Day, Red…
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