Lindsay Guion Named President and COO of Music Industry Quarterly (MIQ)

Music Industry Quarterly re-emerges as a rebrand. Music Industry Quarterly, is pleased to announce the appointment of executive Lindsay Guion to the position of President and COO..

New York, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Music Industry Quarterly, is pleased to announce the appointment of executive Lindsay Guion to the position of President and Chief Operations Officer.

Los Angeles, California June 30, 2020: The influential print publication and online platform, Music Industry Quarterly, is making some exciting news and additions to its organization. The most recent and notable change is the promotion of Lindsay Guion (who joined the team in April of 2019), from Executive Publisher and Managing Partner to President and COO.

Music Industry Quarterly, serving the industry for over 10 years, has cemented its status as a comprehensive bridge between aspiring industry executives, music creatives, and the high-level professionals who run it. The Music Industry Quarterly website features all their archived publications, current industry news, music reviews, interviews with artists and industry power brokers. Consciously aligning itself with music-based conferences, performance rights organizations, and various industry-related events, MIQ is an incredible resource for everyone in the music field.

“Lindsay Guion is set to bring a fresh and intricate directive to the Music Industry Quarterly brand,” says David A. Mitchell, MIQ Publisher and CEO. “He is a forward-thinker with an unshakable work ethic. Lindsay possesses a penchant for identifying untapped business opportunities, and he has a knack for upscale presentation, style and perception; traits that are needed to take MIQ to the next several levels.”

As the Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder of GUION PARTNERS, a management and consultancy firm that works closely with high profile clients from all sectors of media, Lindsay’s experiences are diverse. While his clients’ work, as well as his own ventures, have covered the fields of real estate, legal, sports, entertainment, media, and technology, Guion’s roots have always been firmly planted in music. The music subsidiary of his company, GMUSIC GROUP, has allowed for Lindsay to work with both rising and Grammy award-winning artists, all the while helping these musicians accumulate over a billion total streams on popular streaming platforms. With over 20 years of business experience, Guion created his company as a cross-sectional management consultancy, delivering sound strategies to all clientele. Having studied at both Georgetown and Harvard University, Lindsay Guion believes in research and divergent thinking, and he brings this distinct outlook and focus to all his endeavors.

To learn more about Lindsay Guion, and Music Industry Quarterly, please visit:

Media Contact:

Lynn Allen Jeter & Associates

Marketing and Public Relations

3699 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 850

Los Angeles, California 90010

P: (323) 933-8007

Contact Info:
Name: Lindsay Guion
Email: Send Email
Organization: GUION PARTNERS
Address: 55 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88966427

More News From The World Agenda

Stocks rise as China confirms trade deal signing next week

Jul 14, 2020

NEW YORK — U.S stocks climbed in morning trading on Thursday as investors cheered confirmation from China that its top trade official will head to Washington next week to sign a preliminary trade deal. The “Phase 1” accord is the opening step on a possible path toward a broader agreement between the nations. President Donald Trump has said he will travel to Beijing after the initial signing to start the second stage of talks. Every major index is on track for a record as Wall Street distances itself from a bout of anxiety over the last week because of tensions...

Counting whales from space pitched as key to saving them

Jul 14, 2020

PORTLAND, Maine — An aquarium and an engineering firm in Massachusetts are partnering on a project to better protect whales by monitoring them from space. New England Aquarium of Boston and Draper of Cambridge say whale conservation needs new, higher-tech solutions to protect whales from extinction. So, the pair is working together using data from sources such as satellites, sonar and radar to keep a closer eye on how many whales are in the ocean. The effort has an easy to understand name for a project involving complex data and surveillance — the aquarium and firm are calling the project...

US heads to court to build Trump border wall in Texas

Jul 14, 2020

HOUSTON — Three years into Donald Trump's presidency, the U.S. government is ramping up its efforts to seize private land in Texas to build a border wall. Trump's signature campaign promise has consistently faced political, legal, and environmental obstacles in Texas, which has the largest section of the U.S.-Mexico border, most of it without fencing. And much of the land along the Rio Grande, the river that forms the border in Texas, is privately held and environmentally sensitive. Almost no land has been taken so far. But Department of Justice lawyers have filed three lawsuits this month seeking to take...

Space Force will start small but let Trump claim a big win

Jul 14, 2020

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is celebrating the launch of Space Force, the first new military service in more than 70 years. In signing the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act that includes Space Force, Trump on Friday can claim a victory for one of his top national security priorities just two days after being impeached by the House. It is part of a $1.4 trillion government spending package — including the Pentagon's budget — that provides a steady stream of financing for Trump's U.S.-Mexico border fence and reverses unpopular and unworkable automatic spending cuts to defense and domestic programs. Space...

House passes $1.4T government spending bill amid impeachment

Jul 14, 2020

WASHINGTON — The Democratic-controlled House voted Tuesday to pass a $1.4 trillion government spending package, handing President Donald Trump a victory on his U.S.-Mexico border fence while giving Democrats spending increases across a swath of domestic programs. The hard-fought legislation also funds a record Pentagon budget and is serving as a must-pass legislative locomotive to tow an unusually large haul of unrelated provisions into law, including an expensive repeal of Obama-era taxes on high-cost health plans, help for retired coal miners, and an increase from 18 to 21 in the nationwide legal age to buy tobacco products. The two-bill package,...

Here at The World Agenda, we bring innovation to digital news for you to keep abreast of worldwide news instantly anywhere.

Contact us: sales[at]