Sony/ATV strengthens European Digital and International Business Affairs team
Sony/ATV Music Publishing has strengthened its market-leading European Digital and International Business Affairs team. The changes include a new addition to the London-based team of Moses Martiny, Jenny Lambert and David Stimson who all report to Antony Bebawi, Sony/ATV’s EVP Digital and Society Relations International and UK.
Jenny Lambert (who also reports to President, International Guy Henderson) is promoted from Director to VP, Digital & Business Affairs International.
Reflecting the greater international focus of his role, Moses Martiny is promoted from VP Digital, Europe to VP Digital, International and UK. This is supported by the appointment of Mika Partanen to the newly-created position of Director, Digital Business Development. Partanen reports to Martiny.
These changes come at a time when digital revenues continue to become increasingly critical to Sony/ATV and its writers, driven by the rapidly-growing streaming market. They will allow the company’s European Digital and International Business Affairs team to work even more closely with Guy Henderson’s International team and Guy Moot’s UK team, while supporting the company’s offices and affiliates outside of the Americas.