Weiss defects to RIAA from Burson

WASHINGTON, DC: The Recording Industry Association of America scored a major hiring coup last week by snaring Amy Weiss from Burson-Marsteller to serve as its SVP for communications.

WASHINGTON, DC: The Recording Industry Association of America scored a major hiring coup last week by snaring Amy Weiss from Burson-Marsteller to serve as its SVP for communications.

WASHINGTON, DC: The Recording Industry Association of America

scored a major hiring coup last week by snaring Amy Weiss from

Burson-Marsteller to serve as its SVP for communications.



Weiss, who had been a White House deputy press secretary for President

Clinton before leaving last year to join Burson’s DC office as a

director in its public affairs practice (PRWeek, March 22, 1999), has

worked with more than her share of heavy hitters, including American

Airlines, PBS and Harris Interactive.



Weiss previously served as communications director for the Democratic

National Committee and as press secretary for US Rep. Mike Synar.



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