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WIN reappoint Wenham to top job

By | Published on Wednesday 28 January 2009

Elsewhere in trade body news, the globally focused body for the indie label sector, the World Independent Network, has confirmed that Alison Wenham, boss of the UK’s Association Of Independent Music, will continue to head up the worldwide indie body too.

She was re-elected into the top job at a meeting at MIDEM, though her job title will change from President to Chairman because of plans to appoint a titular President to act as a spokesperson for the body.

Four Vice-chairman were also appointed at the meeting in recognition of the widening of WIN’s activities, and the need for representation in different regions.

The Vice-chairs will be David Vodicka from the Australian Independent Records association, Mark Chung from German independents body VUT, Portia Sabin representing the American Association Of Independent Music and Duncan McKie from the Canadian Independent Record Production Association.