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Warner appoints new catalogue man

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Warner Music has appointed Tim Fraser-Harding to the role of Senior VP for Global Catalogue Management, overseeing marketing campaigns to drive catalogue sales for the major. He joins Warner’s London HQ from Sony Music, where he had a similar catalogue-focused role.

He will report to Warner’s CEO of Global Catalogue & Licensing Kevin Gore, who told CMU: “In today’s music landscape, there are more routes than ever before through which fans can discover the incredible albums and iconic artists that are part of Warner Music’s heritage. Having worked with Tim at Sony, I’m looking forward to drawing on his formidable experience and unrivalled understanding of the catalogue business. He combines extremely strong operational skills with real creative vision and appetite for innovation, all of which will be utilised as we continue to grow and develop our catalogue assets at both a global and local level”.

Fraser-Harding himself added: “I’m delighted to be joining Warner Music Group, where, thanks to Kevin and the teams in each market, catalogue is such a vital, dynamic and ever-evolving part of the business. To work with Warner Music’s world-class catalogue repertoire and a global network committed to finding new and exciting ways to bring it to fans is a fantastic opportunity and one I look forward to embracing”.

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