Rob Dickins

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Rob Dickins "is a Trustee of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Foundation for Youth Music and the Brit Trust (the British Phonographic Industry’s (BPI) charitable arm for youth music and education). He is Chairman of the National Museum of Childhood at Bethnal Green. He was Chairman of the BPI for a record-breaking four terms. He has been a member of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport’s Music Industry Forum 1999-2001. After a long career with Warner Bros he set up his own entertainment company, Instant Karma, in 1999. Rob Dickins was awarded a CBE in 2002 and was given an honorary Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) degree by Loughborough University in the same year. He was recipient of the annual Music Industry Trusts’ Award in 2003." [1]


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  1. Watts Gallery Trustees, organizational web page, accessed February 24, 2012.