A former advisor to the PM, who has also had a distinguished career with the Ontario government, he joins UMC in July.
Universal Music Canada has announced two new hires and kicks JP Boucher up the ladder for being a good bloke, and for doing an excellent job.
The Canadian independent recording and management company is scaling up its music operations internationally with dedicated distribution and partner services globally.
The former Sr. Marketing VP will lead the company’s teams across marketing, digital, commercial affairs, promotions, communications and creative.
Canada’s rap king Kardinal Offishall has himself another “Winner” hit, The Launch’s Logan Staats’ “The Lucky Ones” makes the cut, as do Ria Mae and The Road Hammers in this week’s survey of new music on national radio.
Virginia To Vegas's Derik John Baker returned to his hometown to perform at the iHeartRadio Jingle (Bell) Ball and found himself bushwhacked by the Wax team armed with big shiny awards.
The Montreal indie music entertainment firm recently struck it big with the Lucky Rose’s single "The Way You Want Me" that has reached more than 10M streams and was in the Billboard Top 40 CHR chart for 16 weeks.
The Canadian entertainment juggernaut with a global span is upping its game with the new appointments that add muscle to its cross-border music marketing of eOne and Last Gang acts.
Her resume makes her the ideal candidate with a brilliant track record in music licensing, artist development, artist management, record label management, contract negotiations, sync licensing, and television production.
The veteran music industry decision-maker is named VP as well as Head of Nielsen Music Canada, and in his elevated position, will oversee all commercial operations for the data and measurement company in the market.
Last week a collaborative step to create uniform reporting was announced between Bell Media’s 100-plus terrestrial radio stations, rights collective Re:Sound, and Music Canada. It's a big deal, and we explain why.
This isn’t just a puff piece about the company and a slick overview of the artists affiliated with the bunny label, but an exhaustive and erudite history of a company that has represented some of the greatest artists in Canadian music history.