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8/2/17

Live Nation has appointed former CEO of U.K. government lobbying trade body UK Music, Jo Dipple, as SVP, Public Affairs. The new role is international, and also covers Ticketmaster.

Dipple stepped down from UK Music in June after five years as CEO. She was replaced by Labour MP Michael Dugher. Her role centred on representing the most pressing issues affecting the British music industry to national and local government.

Discussing the appointment, John Reid, President of Concerts in Europe for Live Nation said: “Jo has remarkable credentials in the music industry, with an unrivalled level of expertise in her field. It is great to have her join the business at a time where live entertainment continues to go from strength to strength, helping us to grow our brand across the world.”

Dipple added: "I am joining a hugely talented team of people, all of whom are passionate about fan and artist satisfaction across the world. I look forward to contributing to its continued success."