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"BREATH" CONTROL

Sony/ATV boss Jon Platt, savoring his Publisher of the Year win, joins pop-rock icon and honoree Sting at the BMI Pop Awards. SATV saw 28 of its writers honored over the course of the evening. Sting, meanwhile, was honored for the 15m radio plays earned by most-performed-ever song "Every Breath You Take," which, in fact, is played somewhere with every breath you take. Later, Cherry Cherry Boom Boom did a remix of this photograph. You can read more about the night at the story link below. Now, on to the massive group shot!


Seen (and sometimes obscured) flanking Platt after SATV was named Pubco of the Year for the fifth time in six years are (l-r) CFO Thomas Kelly, SVP Biz Dev John Pires, Prez/CEO Latin America and U.S. Latin Jorge Mejia, EVP Biz and Legal Peter Brodsky, Manager, A&R Danielle Middleton, Pres/Global Chief Marketing Officer Brian Monaco, SVP Global Human Resourcesx Elicia Felix-Hughey, Nashville chief Troy Tomlinson, Sr. Director, Creative Jennifer Drake, SVP/Co-Head West Coast Creative Jennifer Knoepfle, VP Creative Ian Holder, VP A&R Lou Al-Chamaa, SVP A&R/Head of East Coast A&R Rich Christina, SVP Biz & Legal Jonas Kant, Platt, SVP/Columbia Records Urban A&R Shawn Holiday, SVP A&R/Head of Research & Analytics Jacob Fain, BMI boss Mike O’Neill, SATV Co-Prez U.S. Danny Strick, Director A&R Nicholas Bral, VP Creative Tyler Childs, Sr. Manager, Int'l A&R Thomas Krottinger, SVP & Co-Head of West Coast Creative Amanda Hill, Managing Director, Scandinavia Johnny Tennander and BMI's Barbara Cane.

 

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