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Julie Greenwald

on April 15, 2015 - 3:55pm

Julie Greenwald joined Atlantic Records as President in 2004 and was named Chairman & COO in 2009. As with her Atlantic partner Craig Kallman, Julie came from the indie label world. The New York native began her music career in 1992 at Def Jam Records, and just a decade later, she was named President of Island Records, becoming one of the rare women to hold that title at a major label.

After graduating from Tulane University in 1992 with a double major in Political Science and English, Julie joined Def Jam, where she rapidly rose through the company’s executive ranks, becoming General

Stu Bergen

on April 15, 2015 - 3:35pm

Stu Bergen is CEO, International and Global Commercial Services, Warner Music Group. Stu oversees WMG’s international Recorded Music operations outside the U.S. and UK; Warner Music’s Global Marketing team; WEA and ADA – WMG’s Artist & Label Services divisions; and Warner Classics. He previously served as Warner Music Group’s President, International, Recorded Music, and before that, he was Executive Vice President, International & Head of Global Marketing.

Prior to WMG, Stu held posts at several major record labels, including serving as EVP of Rock Music for Columbia Records, EVP of Island

Asylum

on April 15, 2015 - 2:40pm

Asylum has been a legendary name in the music industry for over four decades. Part of the WMG family since its inception, the label has always served as a breeding ground for compelling new artists. Today, Asylum lives under the umbrella of Atlantic Records UK, with a roster that includes Ed Sheeran, Rudimental, and Charli XCX, among others. The label was launched in 1971 by David Geffen, in partnership with Atlantic, as a haven for a groundbreaking new generation of singer/songwriters. Its early signings included Jackson Browne, the Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt, and Tom Waits.

Tim Fraser-Harding

on April 14, 2015 - 11:25am

Tim Fraser-Harding is Warner Music Group’s President, Global Catalog, Recorded Music. Based in London, he oversees global strategy and operations for all aspects of the development and marketing of WMG’s rich legacy of recorded music – which includes classic repertoire from iconic labels such as Atlantic, Elektra, Warner Bros., and Parlophone. Tim’s responsibilities include spearheading worldwide campaigns, identifying and implementing innovative product initiatives, and advancing the company’s digital catalog strategy.

Tim joined WMG in 2012 from Sony Music, where he held a number of senior

Max Lousada

on April 14, 2015 - 11:20am

Max Lousada is CEO, Recorded Music, for Warner Music Group (WMG) and is responsible for overseeing all of WMG’s global Recorded Music operations, including Atlantic, Warner Bros., Parlophone, Warner Music Nashville, Global Catalog/Rhino and Warner Classics, as well as WMG's international Recorded Music affiliates and WMG’s Artist & Label Services divisions, WEA and ADA.

He previously served as Chairman & CEO of Warner Music UK (WMUK), where he oversaw the UK family of labels and imprints.

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