Two vacancies on the board of directors of US body the Music Business Association have been filled by representatives of streaming services. Pandora’s VP of global content licensing Elizabeth Moody and Spotify’s head of label relations in North America, Rob Harvey, are both joining the Music Biz board. “Elizabeth and Rob are two great music biz minds who have achieved massive success in many different corners of the industry,” said president James Donio. “With digital music services now a key component in the overall music industry equation, it is crucial that we make the right decisions now to build the online infrastructure necessary for sustained growth,” added Moody. “The role streaming services play in the promotion, marketing, and development of an artist is vital to the future of the music business,” said Harvey. Music Biz has also promoted WEA president Matt Signore to treasurer, replacing the late John Trickett.

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