Elizabeth Moody has been chosen as Pandora’s new vice president of global content licensing, the streaming media company said.
She has over 15 years of experience as a digital media executive advising digital music and video services including Spotify, Rdio, Mog, iMeem and MySpace. Previously, Moody served as head of Music Partnerships at YouTube where she led record label and music publisher relations, as well as sourcing, structuring and consummating content-driven transactions for the YouTube music business. Prior to that, she worked with Fred Davis to build Davis Shapiro’s digital media practice, advising digital media services through years of shift in the digital music and video industries.
According to the release, her favorite Pandora stations include: Phantogram, alt-J, Gramatik, Warpaint, The Velvet Underground, Ali Farka Toure and Charles Mingus.
Moody serves as a member of the board of The Grammy Foundation. She graduated from Washington College of Law at American University.