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Sean Ward, Digital Assistant Intern, Atlantic Records

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9:15 AM | 22 February 2017
by Hollie Wong
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We caught up with Atlanta records' current Digital Assistant Intern, Sean Ward, to talk about this incredible role and working at Warner Music.

In celebration of Warner Music's 2017 internship programme we caught up with Atlanta Records' current digital assistant intern, Sean Ward, to talk about this incredible role.

Having studied visual communication at the Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, it was the live music scene in Birmingham that spurred Sean on to pursue a design & promotion career in the music industry.

Once Sean graduated, he freelanced with independent artists, worked as a copywriter, and relaunched Born Music; a side project that had once been a Midlands music publication and a creative service.

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