Don Terbush Promoted To Vice President, Film & TV Music, UMe
Universal Music Enterprises (UMe), the centralized U.S. catalog division of market leader Universal Music Group (UMG), has elevated Don Terbush to vice president of Film & TV Music. The announcement was made by Tom Rowland, senior vice president of Film & TV Music for UMe.
In this role, Mr. Terbush will help manage the department and be responsible for licensing UMG controlled content for use in films and new media. He will also continue to identify and pitch music for select projects as well as seek out new avenues in music licensing.
"Don is an extremely talented executive whose dedicated service over the past eleven years has helped UMe become the leading supplier of recorded music to the film, television, advertising and video game communities," said Mr. Rowland. "His passion for developing new business opportunities has given us the competitive edge in such areas as consumer products and new media licensing. He is a tremendous asset to our company and this is a well-deserved promotion."
Mr. Terbush began his tenure at UMG in 1995 in the Film & TV department. Prior to that, he was the A&R Manager for Warner Special Products, responsible for licensing recordings for audio compilations. He spent several years in film production before entering the music industry and is also a published author.
Mr. Terbush graduated from UC-San Diego with a B.A. in communications.
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