The new team appointed to run Polydor Records is determined to take the iconic label back to the top.
Tom March and Ben Mortimer have been made co-presidents of the Universal label, replacing outgoing Ferdy Unger-Hamilton, understood to be Sony-bound via a JV. Mortimer steps up from his current role as Polydor A&R director, a position he’s held since 2012, while March joins from Virgin EMI, where he has been general manager since 2013.
With Mortimer’s A&R chops (recent signings ...
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