PRS for Music has named Dan Gopal as chief industrial officer. He’ll take up the place on March 1.
Gopal has over 20 years’ expertise in industrial and technique roles for world media and leisure corporations, together with senior management positions at The Walt Disney Firm, Miramax, ITV and most lately, Leisure One as EVP & head of gross sales EMEA.
At eOne he was answerable for main the distribution group throughout the area and executing native and multi-territory offers for movie and TV.
As chief industrial officer at PRS for Music, Gopal will steer PRS for Music’s licensing negotiations with public efficiency, TV and radio broadcasters, digital providers and recorded media suppliers, in addition to maximising the worth of its joint ventures and partnerships.
Dan Gopal stated: “I’m delighted to be becoming a member of PRS for Music at this vital and thrilling time for the trade and the PRS members, working alongside Andrea and the PRS group. Collectively, I’m trying ahead to constructing on the robust foundations the corporate has established over a few years, and serving to develop the long-term technique and industrial development to maximise returns for its members, each from well-established companies and new alternatives within the evolving digital panorama.”
Andrea C Martin, CEO, PRS for Music, stated: “The CCO position is a vital part of delivering worth for our members and assembly the wants of our clients as we proceed to guide a shifting music trade panorama towards a extra digital world, whereas delivering the core providers and leveraging our world scale. The management qualities and intensive industrial expertise Dan will carry to this key position might be instrumental to the continuing evolution of PRS for Music.”
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