David Joseph pledges to 'blow up the BRITs formula' in 2020 revamp

Mark Sutherland

Universal Music UK chairman and CEO David Joseph will head a major BRIT Awards revamp for 2020, Music Week can reveal, with the UK’s leading music awards handing artists more creative freedom than ever before.

Joseph was the architect of the modern BRITs in a three-year stint as chairman from 2011 to 2013 that moved the ceremony from Earl’s Court to The O2 and put greater emphasis on performances rather than controversial antics. He will now work with executive producer ...

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