EDISON, NJ — Drew’s Entertainment, a supplier of recorded music for all media, has named George Davis the company’s new director of creative licensing and digital strategy.
Prior to joining Drew’s Entertainment, Davis was a contracted digital licensing agent with the Warner Music Group (WMG) based in New York. There, he was charged with a high-priority project, “Black Box Mechanical Licensing.” In his position, Davis served as liaison between WMG and various publishers to determine composition controlled splits, ensuring accurate reporting on “Top Earner” releases. He has also held a series of executive positions within the music/advertising/public relations industries, including posts with The Villain Creative Agency, Black & Greene Records and Hopeless/Sub City Records. Between 2001-2005, Davis was the label manager and owner of Tarantulas Records, Inc. in LA.
In his new position, Davis will oversee master-use licensing of the company’s catalog for synchronization purposes, and will also handle the company’s catalog management and acquisitions, digital music sales and marketing efforts, development and contract negotiations.