President, Independent Music & Creator Services, Warner Music Group
Eliah Seton is President of Independent Music & Creator Services at Warner Music Group. In his remit are the company’s many touchpoints servicing the independent music community, through ADA (Alternative Distribution Alliance), the Asylum Records label, and Level – WMG’s platform for unsigned artists. Previously, as President of ADA, Seton spearheaded the company’s transition beyond core distribution services into a digitally-savvy label services business with a worldwide footprint, and launched WMG’s Arts Music division, a repertoire center for classical, musical theatre, children’s music, and other fields outside the pop mainstream. Before that, Seton served as SVP, International Strategy & Operations, Warner Recorded Music, and prior to that in the Office of the CEO and on the Strategy & Business team. Seton, who was named on Billboard’s 2016 40 Under 40 list and the last three Indie Power Player lists, has an MBA from Harvard Business School and graduated from Harvard College. He’s on the board of the school’s Hasty Pudding Institute and of the NY music education nonprofit, Harmony Program. Seton resides in Brooklyn with his husband Jamie, their twins Cecily and Amias, and their dog Pepper.”
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