eOne Music has transformed and expanded the IndieBlu operation that it acquired in April into eOne Music Nashville, according to an internal company memo obtained by Billboard.

The newly named company will be the umbrella for five operating groups. Those are Light Records, the company's gospel label; eOne Christian Music; eOne Music Nashville, which will focus on country and Americana music; eOne Music Licensing; and eOne Music Publishing.

Moreover, eOne Nashville will also become the focal point for the acquisition and development of faith-based film and television programming. As part of that move, Michael Olsen, who headed up IndieBlu, has been appointed president of eOne Music Nashville.

Other senior management staff, who all report to Olsen, are: James Robinson, who is now senior VP/GM of Light Records and previously was VP of A&R for the label for the last five years; Bob Morrison, who has been appointed VP of eOne Christian Music, and prior experience includes being senior VP of sales and operations at Midas Records; Van Fletcher, who joins the company as VP of eOne Americana and country music, and who was formerly senior VP of sales and operation at Universal South Records; and Mick Lloyd, an IndieBlu executive who has been appointed VP of eOne Music Licensing.