ASCAP senior vice president Connie Bradley is transitioning to a new role as strategic adviser at the performing rights organization, Nashville’s daily newspaper, The Tennessean, reported Monday (Feb. 22). The move is part of a restructuring of its Nashville division. Bradley, who joined ASCAP in 1976, has headed the organization’s Nashville office since 1980. Former Arista Nashville president Tim DuBois will become vice president and managing executive of ASCAP’s Nashville operations, according to the newspaper. DuBois was named president of Arista Nashville when it was founded in 1989. His artist signings at Arista include Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn and Brad Paisley. DuBois, who holds a master’s degree in accounting from Oklahoma State University, served as a professor of management in the Owen Graduate School of Management at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University.