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Cameron Strang

Chairman & CEO, Warner Bros. Records

Cameron Strang is Chairman & CEO of Warner Bros. Records (WBR), one of the flagship labels of Warner Music Group, and home to many of the most influential and innovative artists of our time.

Cameron previously served as Chairman & CEO of Warner/Chappell Music (WCM), WMG's publishing arm. Prior, Cameron was the founder of Southside Independent Music Publishing, which was formed in 2004 and acquired by Warner/Chappell in 2010. He was also the founder of the independent New West Records label, which was launched in 1998. Southside grew to become a leading indie publisher, including acclaimed writers and producers such as Bruno Mars, Kings of Leon, Ashley Gorley, Blair Daly, Matthew West, and Brody Brown. New West’s impressive roster has included Steve Earle, Dwight Yoakam, Kris Kristofferson, Rickie Lee Jones, Drive By Truckers, Delbert McClinton, Ben Lee, Old 97’s, Buddy and Julie Miller, and many others. New West also acquired the Texas Music Group, including the Antone’s and Watermelon labels, and released the award-winning soundtrack to the film 'Crazy Heart’.

Cameron graduated from University of British Columbia Law School in 1992. He practiced law for several years in his hometown of Vancouver, Canada, before embarking on his music industry career.