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4/11/24

Apple’s Global Senior Director of Music Publishing Elena Segal will receive an Ivors Academy Honor in recognition of her contributions to the U.K. music industry.

The Honor celebrates individuals that champion songwriters and composers while creating positive change within the music industry.

Calling Segal “one of the most accomplished and respected music executives in the U.K.,” Ivors Academy Chair Tom Gray said, “throughout her career, Elena has consistently championed the value of songwriters and music publishing. Notably, she has been at the forefront of global music licensing as technology transformed the industry.”

Segal will receive the award at The Ivors ceremony in London on 5/23.

In her current role as Apple’s Global Senior Director of Music Publishing, Segal is responsible for all aspects of Apple’s relationships, whether commercial, strategic, operational or creative, with songwriters, music publishers and other licensors of rights in compositions.

In 2006, she joined iTunes and was directly involved in the store’s expansion across the world. More recently, Segal oversaw the licensing of all music publishing rights ex-U.S. for the launch of Apple Music in more than 100 countries. She also played a key role in the Apple Music Festival that ran for a decade in London.

Segal began her career in music in 2001 as an associate at Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP.