EMI Music has announced the departure of its digital music president, Douglas Merrill, a former Google Inc. exec who was at the company for less than a year, in a move to fold his unit into its main operations, reports Reuters. Though the label will no longer run a stand-alone digital division, it has promoted Second Life co-founder Cory Ondrejka to executive vice president of digital marketing. EMI’s roster of artists includes Coldplay and Kylie Minogue, and the company is also home to the Beatles’ catalog.
Posted March 24 2009 — 12:57 PM EDT
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