Barney Wragg, once digital head at EMI, has a new job. He’s been appointed to run the newly-separated music group at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group, in charge of copyrights, music licensing and artist management. “He is one of the entertainment industry’s most exciting innovators and an expert in digital media,” says Lloyd Webber in a statement. “He has repeatedly demonstrated how new ideas can be combined with traditional forms of entertainment to the benefit of both customers and businesses.” Wragg starts the new job on 1 December, so we’ll be expecting some interesting digital moves from Really Useful Group in 2012. Source: Guardian

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