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Changes at Warner Music Group. Moscowitz Resigns

 width=(pictured: WMG COO Julie Greenwald)It looks to be a great year ahead for the Warner Music Group. Todd Moscowitz  co-President and CEO of Warner Music Group has  resigned and the labels are now reporting to COO Julie Greenwald. Under the current administrations both Warner Bros and Special Ops have garnered impressive respect from Black radio. Warner Bros records exits 2012 with a stellar year with Mayback Music and is solidified as an excellent contender in today’s tight label market. The label has also just signed K. Michelle.  Special Ops has also done very well. Drake’s new label is headed over to one of the labels, at this point we are not sure if it’s WBR or Special Ops but we will keep you posted.  


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