Earlier this year, Jane Dyball left her role as SVP of international legal and business affairs at Warner/Chappell Music. Now her new job is public: chief executive of mechanical rights collecting society MCPS, where she’ll be starting work in the new year. Dyball will also be in charge of the Independent Music Publishers’ European Licensing (IMPEL) initiative. “This is certainly an interesting time to be running a mechanical rights collection society but I relish a challenge and look forward to making sure no stone is unturned in looking for new ways to deliver value to our writer and publisher members, so that they can continue to invest in creativity,” said Dyball in a statement. “I also can’t wait to rejoin the world of the indie publishers where I started my career, and I know I will love helping them ride the ups and downs of the exciting digital roller coaster.”

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