SESAC Promotes Riggle to Associate VP
Nashville - Nov 29, 2007 - Performing rights organization SESAC has promoted Greg Riggle to associate vice president, broadcast licensing. Formerly director, broadcast licensing, Riggle is responsible for directing strategic licensing initiatives within broadcast and digital media industries.
Riggle started his career with SESAC in 1986 in the broadcast licensing department before serving as vice president in the writer/publisher relations department. After a stint developing a full-service publishing department for New York-based Sweetfish Enterprises in 1997, Riggle returned to SESAC in 2001 and was named director, broadcast licensing in 2003. Riggle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications and recording industry management from Middle Tennessee State University.
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