Stephanie Ruyle has been named Executive Vice President and Head of Licensing for ASCAP, a American Society of Composer, Authors, and Publishers. Ruyle will news directly to ASCAP CEO Elizabeth Matthews.
“Stephanie brings a resources of knowledge pushing income expansion and negotiating multifaceted chartering agreements, that is undeniably critical to a execution of a vital devise of mutation and modernization in an increasingly formidable and elaborating media environment,” Matthews pronounced in a release. “Her low bargain of calm strategy, distribution, sales and associate selling opposite media platforms will infer impossibly profitable to ASCAP as we innovate to yield a members and a chartering partners with new opportunities for success by music.”
Ruyle will be next Vincent Candilora who formerly announced his retirement for a finish of 2017.
“I know a whole ASCAP village –our organisation of ASCAP employees, a Board of Directors and a ASCAP members — appreciate Vincent Candilora for his passion, advocacy, amiability and truly superb successes as a conduct of chartering for these past 22 years,” combined Matthews. “Our songwriter, composer and song publisher members have benefited immeasurably from his dedicated leadership. Vincent will always be partial of a ASCAP family and will continue to yield consulting services to safeguard a well-spoken transition.”
In her new role, Ruyle will be obliged for ASCAP’s chartering revenues and operations opposite all platforms including promote and wire television, human and satellite radio, digital, live concerts, venues, retail, restaurants, bars, credentials music, etc.
“I have seen firsthand how critical song is to a success of any media venture,” pronounced Ruyle in a release. “ASCAP has a strongest repertory of song in a universe and that is because we am so vehement to be partial of ASCAP’s goal to safeguard that a song of a members is famous in a marketplace for a huge value it brings to a chartering partners.”
Prior to fasten ASCAP, Ruyle was Executive Vice President, Distribution and Affiliate Relations, for Participant Media’s radio venture Pivot, a millennial targeted radio network focused on socially applicable content. In this role, Ruyle was obliged for building and executing a placement strategy, including negotiating and structuring placement agreements for Pivot calm opposite normal and digital platforms; and business development, identifying new business and partnership opportunities within a calm placement space.
Ruyle began her career in party and media with Viacom in their placement group. She served in a array of descending positions within Viacom over a career that spanned 17 years with care positions in inhabitant accounts, margin sales, associate marketing, and associate ad sales. The media executive obtained her MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and warranted her B.A. from a University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business. Ruyle also served on Kellogg’s Alumni Board of Directors, is a Betsy Magness Leadership Institute Fellow, and attended ongoing care growth programs during both Harvard and Stanford Universities.
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