Jon Platt
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United States

Sony/ATV Music Publishing


Chairman / CEO

In September 2018, Platt became music publishing’s most powerful executive when sources confirmed he would leave his post at the helm of Warner/Chappell in March 2019 to succeed Martin Bandier — his former boss — as chief of Sony/ATV, the world’s biggest music publisher. It’s a bit of a homecoming, as Sony/ATV is in the process of completing its multibillion-dollar acquisition of EMI Music Publishing, where Platt worked for 17 years and signed Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Diddy and Drake. Several of those artists, along with Shawn Mendes, Lin-Manuel Miranda, DJ Khaled and Rihanna, followed him to Warner/Chappell, where his three-year reign reached a milestone in the third quarter of 2017, when it was the first to break Sony/ATV’s five-year rule of Billboard’s Publisher’s Quarterly chart.


  • EMI Music
  • Sony/ATV Music Publishing
  • MaDukey Productions
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Jon Platt Leaving Warner/Chappell Publishing for Top Job at Sony/ATV

Jon Platt Leaving Warner/Chappell Publishing for Top Job at Sony/ATV

UPDATED: Jon Platt will step down from his post at the helm of Warner/Chappell Publishing by the end of this year and assume the top job at Sony/ATV, sources close to the situation confirmed to Variety. A rep for Sony/ATV, which since 2007 has been run by legendary publisher Martin Bandier — Platt's former boss at EMI Music Publishing — declined comment, although sources have said for some time that Bandier's contract is up in April of next year.The moves...


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