Capitol Music Group Names Dominic Pandiscia President Of Caroline Division
February 19, 2013
Dominic Pandiscia has been named President of Caroline – the Independent Services division of Capitol MusicGroup. The promotion was announced today by Group EVP Michelle Jubelirer, to whom Pandiscia will report. In his new position, Pandiscia is charged with building on the legacy of Caroline Distribution and EMI Label Services and expanding to offer a full range of services and new revenue streams for Caroline’s artists, releases and label associations on a worldwide basis, including Marketing, Promotion, Commercial Development, Branding, Synch & Licensing, Lifestyle Marketing, Business Affairs and Finance. Pandiscia will be based in New York.
Jubelirer said, "With Dominic’s promotion to President and our renewed investment of resources in the expanded Caroline, we are committing to building partnerships with independent artists and labels, and providing them with the a la carte services they need to achieve their goals and expand their businesses. Dominic brings decades of experience to his new position, and under his leadership, Caroline will be a vital component of the Capitol Music Group."
Capitol Music Group Chairman/CEO Steve Barnett commented, "Dominic is a highly skilled executive whose leadership will be instrumental in the growth of Caroline, and integral to the overall success of the Capitol Music Group. I congratulate him on this well-deserved promotion."
Pandiscia said, "Making the move to Caroline is extremely exciting to me, and I thank Steve and Michelle for this great opportunity. We have created a music-focused company that is tailor-made to super-serve the promotional, commercial and marketing needs of the independent artist and label. I look forward to providing best-in-class services to help nurture, support, and partner with the independent community."
Previously, Pandiscia was EMI Music EVP of Commercial & Revenue Development, overseeing the company’s Label Sales, Commercial Strategy and Distribution teams for North America. He was also responsible for management of the company’s ever-increasing streams of new and non-traditional revenue, including all Commercial Digital and Physical initiatives, Merchandise, Brand Partnerships, and EMI’s Synch & Licensing divisions.