How Ministry Of Sound became an independent powerhouse

Lohan Presencer has revealed the key factors behind Ministry Of Sound's increasingly successful approach to artist development - while raising stark concerns over executive salary structures at the top of the UK record industry.

Ministry CEO Presencer joined the company in 1999 after three years as marketing director of Warner Music Group. Since then, he’s overseen a transformation in Ministry's A&R performance, fuelling the careers of the likes of  Example, Wretch 32, DJ Fresh and London Grammar.

Meanwhile, the independent ...

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