In her new post, Boyle will oversee 10 departments that support production, studio operations, release management, catalog ingestion and more for Warner Recorded Music labels and affiliates.
Boyle will continue to spearhead the company’s supply chain and systems, directing the strategy and execution for all wholly-owned and distributed content and products.
She will report to Matt Flott, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Warner Recorded Music.
For more than a decade, Boyle served as Senior Vice President, Media Operations, where she worked closely with Recorded Music’s global tech and transformation teams.
Prior to that, she was Vice President, Media Operations for a number of years.
Before that, she spent 10 years on the editorial team for Warner Music Group.
WMG says that Boyle is an avid supporter of women’s issues and was an integral part of creating Women of WEA, a quarterly summit of women in the workplace.
“The transformational progress we’ve made in the past few years has been an incredible journey.”
Boyle said: “The transformational progress we’ve made in the past few years has been an incredible journey.
“Media operations is essential to the success of our physical and digital supply chains, ensuring our music and content is in every channel that consumers use.
“We have ambitious plans for this next chapter, and I’m grateful to Matt for his support and dedication to amplifying our efforts around the world.”
“Brigette is an exceptional, highly-regarded leader with deep knowledge and technical skills.”
Matt Flott, wArner Music Group
Flott added: “Brigette is an exceptional, highly-regarded leader with deep knowledge and technical skills.
“Under her guidance, we’re overhauling our supply chain, centering it around development to help us reach our operational goals faster. I’m looking forward to seeing her continue to excel in this new role.”
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