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ole Announces Tye Worobess Appointment

Toronto-based rights management firm ole has announced the appointment of Tye Worobess as Manager of Communications, responsible for both internal and external corporate communications and publicit

ole Announces Tye Worobess Appointment

By FYI Staff

Toronto-based rights management firm ole has announced the appointment of Tye Worobess as Manager of Communications, responsible for both internal and external corporate communications and publicity support for the company’s roster of artists and divisions.


Previously, Tye worked as a publicist and communications rep at Universal Music Canada where she handled the Canadian publicity for a roster of over 65 artists, and similar posts with Republic Live Inc. and their flagship events Boots and Hearts and WayHome Music & Arts Festival.

Before entering the workforce in 2014, she studied media relations, business writing, photography, social media and event planning at Durham College.

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She reports to Sylvia Lindae, Senior Director of Marketing.

Contact info:

Tye Worobess

Manager, Communications

tye_worobess@olemm.com

647-202-6283

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