Music Biz 2017 has ended
Please note that Monday, May 15 consists of pre-convention meetings, digital service workshops, the Entertainment & Technology Law Conference, and the Industry Jam 2. The full program will take place Tuesday, May 16  through Thursday, May 18.  
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Julie Greenwald

Atlantic Records Group
Chairman and COO

Julie Greenwald, Chairman and COO of The Atlantic Records Group, began her music career in 1992 at Def Jam Records, eventually being named head of the Island Def Jam Music Group’s marketing department after their merger with the Universal Music Group in 1998. Four years later, in 2002, she was named President of Island Records/Exec. VP of the Island Def Jam Music Group, becoming one of only three women holding that title at a major record label. Greenwald moved to Atlantic Records in 2004, where she teamed with Chairman and CEO Craig Kallman to re-architect the company from the ground up, reaching industry-leading status through the reinvention of the label as a game-changing, music-driven company with a passionate devotion to long-term artist development. The strategy paid off, with Atlantic Records becoming the first label to earn more than half of its total music sales from digital releases. Greenwald’s accomplishments have earned her five No. 1 placements on Billboard’s “Women in Music/Power Players” list, and she has also been featured as one of The Hollywood Reporter’s “Power 100 Women in Entertainment,” Forbes’ “Power Women to Watch,” and Newsweek’s “Women in Leadership” roster.