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Jay Alan Samit, the digital media honcho at EMI music, and and the man behind nearly 30 dotcom investments by the major record company, has…

Jay Alan Samit, the digital media honcho at EMI music, and and the man behind nearly 30 dotcom investments by the major record company, has surprised the industry and quit, after four years in the role, reports New Media Age (not online).

According to the story, no reason was given for his departure, but insiders hinted at his frustration with the pace of change at EMI.

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