The Latest Music Industry Jobs: TIDAL, Roc Nation, Nuclear Blast, BPI…

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Here’s a recap recent executive shuffles — including both hirings and in-house promotions — from across the music industry.

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TIDAL has as promoted two its executives. They have appointed Tony Gervino executive vice president, editor-in-chief and have named Elliot Wilson their chief content ficer.

Roc Nation announced that Brett Yormark will become both the co-CEO Roc Nation Unified (along with his brother Michael Yorkmark) and the president business operations and strategy. Yorkmark was previously CEO Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment.

Spectra, which is a hospitality and management company, has named Jim McDonald general manager the Atlantic City Convention Center and the Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall. He will be responsible for both oversight and supervision the two venues.

The Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency Ltd., or CMRRA, which is now a subsidiary SoundExchange, has named Paul Shaver its president. He was previously vice president Nielsen Entertainment Canada.

Producer Mark Bright, along with manager Cole Johnstone and record company executive April Ride, have formed Foundry Records, in association with ADA Worldwide. The latest music industry entrant will be based in Nashville.

Sony Pictures Entertainment has named Spring Aspers, who had previously been head music, as its president music.

The Prince Estate, which manages the late artist’s Paisley Park production complex, has named Alan Seiffert as the executive director Paisley Park. Seiffert previously was the president Midnight Blue Management in New York.

Viacom International Media Networks announced the hiring Maria Kyriacou as its president the United Kingdom, Northern and Eastern Europe. She will have oversight the company’s operations in more than 30 European countries.

Republic Records announced that they have promoted Beau Benton to its senior vice president, media. He will be responsible for leading media campaigns for artists such as Florence The Machine, Kid Cudi and Post Malone.

Loeb & Loeb’s Music Row announced the hiring Derek Crownover, who is a sports and media attorney. Crownover is further bringing to the company five members his team.

The Valory Music Co., which is a subsidiary the Big Machine Label Group, has promoted Ashley Sidoti to its vice president promotion & digital. She previously was its senior national director, promotion & marketing.

BMG has promoted Sylvan Gazaignes to general manager its French subsidiary.

Nuclear Blast announced two hirings. Jens Prueter has become A&R for Europe while Antje Lange has become its chief operating ficer.

BPI named 3 people to its BPI Council as independent label representatives: Alice Dyson-Jones, Gef Tayler and Pat Carr. The first two were reelected to the council while Carr was elected for the first time.