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Jason Miller leaves his role as senior vice president of international and emerging markets at Live Nation after over seven years with the company
By IQ on 21 Jul 2020
Jason Miller, senior vice president of international and emerging markets at Live Nation, has announced that he is leaving the live entertainment giant after over seven years.
Miller held his most recent role at Live Nation since 2016, after previously serving as senior vice president of the company’s operations in Asia.
Prior to joining Live Nation, he operated a concert consultancy and spent more than a decade as an agent at CAA.
“I am humbled by the record-breaking tours this team executed”
In a social media post, replicated by Celebrity Access, the live industry veteran wrote that he had “officially moved on” from his role at Live Nation.
“I am incredibly proud of the team I built at Live Nation. I am humbled by the record-breaking tours this team executed (U2, Coldplay, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Guns & Roses, etc, etc),” reads the post.
“I am grateful for all the career changing experiences I’ve had at Live Nation over the last 7+ years.”
Miller adds that he is unsure “where my next adventure will lead, but I am excited for what the future holds.”
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