Expanding its team of industry experts, Songtradr has announced that it will welcome the following members to its Board of Advisors:
- Paul Caine, former CRO, Bloomberg Media, recognized as a corporate, industry, and philanthropic leader, with over 25 years experience leading companies, building brands, developing and leading teams, and generating revenue across print, digital, and radio media.
- Bryan Biniak, former GM for Microsoft and Nokia and currently Entrepreneur-In-Residence at Nokia Growth Partners where he focuses on venture investments in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Connected Vehicle Infotainment companies.
- Doug Frank, former President of Music Operations for Warner Bros Pictures, has supervised music for some of the most successful blockbuster film hits, including The Harry Potter series, The Matrix films, The Batman trilogy, Academy Award winning films, The Departed and Happy Feet, and the movie with the biggest selling soundtrack of all time, The Bodyguard.
Paul, Doug, and Bryan will join an already illustrious board, which include industry leaders Phil Quartararo (Former President/CEO of Virgin Records), Stefano Curti (Former Global President for Johnson & Johnson), and Jimmy O'Mahony (Former CEO of Global Operations for Saatchi & Saatchi).
ABOUT SONGTRADR www.songtradr.com is a global marketplace platform connected to a dynamic content management system where music assets are stored, discovered and monetized. Creators and catalogs maintain complete control of their rights and are empowered with the tools they need to better manage and optimize their music assets. Using Songtradr's proprietary search and variable license pricing technology, music supervisors, brands, filmmakers and other creatives can now easily license music from some of the world's best composers, songwriters, artists, bands and catalogs.
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