August 2003
Music Week;8/2/2003, Issue 30, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on career developments of sound recording executives and producers in Great Britain as of August 02, 2003. Appointment Brian Rose, as sales director at BMG Entertainment International; Resignation of Jonathan Morrish as head of corporate division within The Outside Organisation; Selection of Lucy Birch to the account manager position at Chrysalis Radio; Promotion of Geoff Harris to finance director position at Polydor Records.


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