Robson And Murray Quit Trinity

Trinity Street co-founders David Robson and Andy Murray reportedly left the company Dec. 5.

A representative for Trinity said it’s “not appropriate” for the company to comment at the moment, although former EMI head of digital Barney Wragg appears to have taken over the reins.

Wragg says Ingenious Media Active Capital, which backs the digital marketing and e-commerce firm, has requested that he run the show for a couple of months.

Despite rumours that other music industry executives have been approached to help run the company, it seems no firm decisions have been made yet.

At press time, Trinity still hadn’t said what led Robson and Murray to exit.