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Mikkel Torsting

on March 31, 2017 - 3:55am

Why did you want to work at WMG?

In my younger days, I used to DJ and produce music, so when I got the opportunity to join Warner, it was a chance to combine my professional life with my passion.

What’s one word you would use to describe WMG’s company culture?

Respect. We are ambitious, and management expects us to deliver, but at the same time, we treat each other nicely and with respect. We also have the privilege of working with a living product. Our artists are their own product.

Jaime Rosenberg

on March 31, 2017 - 1:31am

Why did you want to work at WMG?

I’ve always looked at Warner Music Group’s roster in awe. I remember dragging my dad to Tower Records and scouring the liner notes, wanting to soak up every detail, memorize every lyric, look through the special thanks section. Some of WMG’s albums defined my coming-of-age years: Tom Petty’s Wildflowers, Neil Young’s Harvest, Green Day’s Dookie, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Blood Sugar Sex Magik. I think I’ve always wanted to be a part of that.

What is your proudest moment/project at WMG?

I’m most proud of being a part of the team that is breaking Lukas Graham.

Ole Obermann

on November 29, 2016 - 11:18am

Ole Obermann is Chief Digital Officer and Executive Vice President, Business Development, at Warner Music Group. Ole oversees the company’s global business development strategy, with a focus on exploring new forms of commercial innovation and creating new digital revenue opportunities, while expanding WMG's streaming activities.

Ole joined WMG following a decade with Sony Music Entertainment. During his Sony tenure, he negotiated and implemented deals with Sony’s network of global digital partners.

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