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4/1/19

The paint is barely dry at Warner Music’s new downtown L.A. HQ as it welcomes the arrival today of Warner/Chappell’s new Co-Chair & CEO Guy Moot and Co-Chair & COO Carianne Marshall.

Their boss, Warner Music Group CEO Steve Cooper, made it official, saying, ”Today, we officially announce a unique leadership duo with the ambition and energy to propel Warner/Chappell, its songwriters, and its team into the future. We’re very fortunate to have two such inspiring execs with complementary talents—Guy’s A&R vision and global operational strength, combined with Carianne’s entrepreneurial expertise and world-class creative instincts. We’re all looking forward to what’s on the horizon and what’s coming next.”

Moot, who comes in after being Sony/ATV’s President of Worldwide Creative,  said, “At a time of unprecedented possibility for songwriters, our mission is to provide the environment in which genuine talent can achieve its full, global potential. That requires real creative expertise, along with an original, fearless, and principled approach to our business. Carianne will be an amazing partner with whom to develop extraordinary hit-makers, promote an incredible catalog, and mentor a winning team.”

Marshall, formerly Partner, Head of Creative Services, and Head of Creative Licensing at SONGS, said, “We have an amazing opportunity to empower the next generation of executives, services and technologies that will benefit our entire songwriting community and help drive their long-term careers.”