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Universal Music Poaches BBC’s Alice Webb to Run Eagle Rock

Alice Webb is moving from the BBC to Eagle Rock, the Universal Music U.K.-backed producer and distributor of music programming.

Webb has held several senior roles in a 15-year career at the BBC including head of its kids unit and COO of its BBC North division, overseeing the relocation of key departments from London to Salford. She will be CEO of Eagle Rock, which releases about 50 music productions a year and has a 2,000-hour catalogue of music shows.

The Eagle Rock library has shows from a range of filmmakers such as Martin Scorsese, Brett Morgan and Mike Figgis, covering artists including the Rolling Stones, Eminem, Madonna, and Paul McCartney.

“Universal Music is an extraordinary organisation – it puts creativity at the heart of everything it does – which is why after 15 happy years at the BBC it is a privilege to be joining Universal Music and Eagle Rock Entertainment,” Webb said.

See full article on Variety