It is reported that Apple hired Rebekah Horne as the new head of music and other services in Australia and New Zealand. According to Music Business Worldwide, Sydney's Horne was named (in the picture) Director for Apple Music, Apple News, Apple Books, iTunes and App Store in the region.
He moved to Apple from the National Rugby League (NRL), where he was the head of the Digital and Data Office for the past two and a half years.
In a report by Music Business Worldwide, Horne, prior to joining the NRL in 2016, is the CEO of the Network Ten network, three years in which digital revenue increased by 74% and a return of 27%.
Exec has been well known in music circles for five years spent in Fox Interactive Media from 2006 to 2011 when the company had MySpace.
Horne was the first Australian worker of MySpace. It then became GM for Europe and Australia before naming MD and SVP MySpace International.
She personally negotiated licensing contracts for the introduction of MySpace Music in the United Kingdom (with PRS) and Australia (with APRA / AMCOS). "