Skip to main content

Executive Turntable: Interscope Taps Licensing SVP; Donny Flores Launches Management Company

Also, music metaverse PIXELYNX fills newly created role of chief marketing officer.

Brigitte Green was promoted to svp of film and TV licensing at Interscope Geffen A&M Records. Green will  continue to oversee the placement of music from the label’s artists in film, television, trailers and promotions.

Glenn Noblit was hired as director of regional promotion at Monument Records while Claire Karliak joined the label as manager of digital marketing and streaming.  Noblit will work with the entire label roster, which includes Walker Hayes and Caitlyn Smith, to find new ways to partner with radio stations nationwide. Karliak will be responsible for Monument Records’ digital marketing, which ranges from fan engagement and social media to working with DSP partners. Noblit can be reached at glenn.noblit@sonymusic.com. Karliak can be reached at claire.karliak@sonymusic.com.

Related

Donny “Dizzy Clean Face” Flores launched We Good LLC, a new management and A&R company. With Flores appointed CEO, We Good represents artists including: DJ Snake, Shenseea, Rvssian, Ink and more. Flores will continue working as a consultant Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, Roc Nation, SalxCo and more.

Kimberly Knoller was hired in the newly created role of chief marketing officer at music metaverse, PIXELYNX. Knoller will oversee all marketing strategy and execution for PIXELYNX and its upcoming game, ELYNXIR. ELYNXIR will create playable experiences that bring fans closer to their favorite artists.

Alisha Outridge was appointed first-ever chief technology and product officer at TuneCore, a division of Paris-based, global digital music company Believe. TuneCore is an international platform for independent musicians that offers services across distribution, publishing administration and promotional services.

Meghan Kehoe was hired as head of media at Sony Music Nashville after 14 years with RCA Records. Beginning July 5, Kehoe will be based out of Nashville, reporting to Jennifer Way, svp of marketing. Kehoe will be responsible for the label group’s media team while overseeing the press strategy for SMN and its artist roster.

Brian Martin will be the gm of the American Bank Center — based out of Corpus Christi, the 10,000-seat arena which hosts concerts, sporting events, rodeos and more is now managed by OVG360. Joe Castor will serve as gm of hospitality, overseeing all food and beverage operations. Nick Ustruck was named executive Chef. Beginning July 1, OVG360 will oversee venue management, food, hospitality and corporate partnerships at the massive venue.

Paul Cormack was promoted to gm at Better Noise Music, an indie rock label. Paul@betternoise.com. Cormack will lead campaigns and oversee the distribution and marketing of artists’ projects.

The Beatport Group hired Emilie Birks as vp of marketing; Baptiste Grange as vp of marketing for Loopcloud & PlugIn Boutique; and Shana White as vp of legal and business affairs. Birks can be reached at emilie.birks@beatport.com.White can be reached at shana.white@beatport.com. Grange can be reached at Baptiste@loopmasters.com.

Peter Strickland and Craig Campbell are joining forces to launch Marathon Talent, a new company that combines Marathon Talent Agency and Campbell Entertainment management clients under a full-service management and artist development business.

Taylor Perry was promoted to account executive at boutique PR firm Shore Fire Media, which represents top musicians and businesses in the arts and entertainment industries. The NYU graduate joined Shore Fire Media in 2020 as a publicity assistant before rising to her most recent role as junior account executive.