Jo Charrington to build on Capitol's 'international success' following appointment as co-president

Andre Paine

Jo Charrington has told Music Week she’s aiming for continued “international success” for Capitol Records UK, following her promotion to co-president alongside Nick Raphael.

Since Capitol launched as a UK frontline label in 2013 with Raphael at the helm, it has scored a huge global seller with Sam Smith’s debut In The Lonely Hour, which has worldwide sales of 12 million.

“When we started we had an incredible infrastructure but no international artists or catalogue to rely on, so it ...

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