Nashville-based Q Prime South has added Angela Lange as vice president of country radio promotion.
Q Prime has offices in New York and London, and its talent roster list includes, among others, The Black Keys, Metallica, Muse, Nickel Creek, Jimmy Page, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Sara Watkins.
Jessica Nicholson and MusicRow.com have the story here.
Bigger Picture Group has renewed its distribution deal with Warner-Elektra-Atlantic Corp. The five-year-old independent label is home to Chris Cagle, Craig Campbell and others. Jessica Nicholson and MusicRow.com have the story here.
Starstruck Management Group has hired Kelli Cashiola Haywood as director of strategic marketing and business development.
Jessica Nicholson and MusicRow.com have the details here.
Bigger Picture Group has promoted Liz Cost to director of marketing and Jody Mazer to director of project management, Bob Cahill, the company’s executive vice president and general manager, announced today.
Both Cost (on right in photo) and Mazer previously served as product managers.
“Liz and Jody are hard workers, strategic thinkers, and key members of the Bigger Picture Group team,” Cahill said in a release. “We are excited to recognize their past accomplishments as we all work together towards creating additional success and opportunities for Bigger Picture Group and our artists."
Cost joined Bigger Picture Group in June 2010, while Mazer joined in November of that year.
Nashville-based Bigger Picture Group is a next-generation music industry company.
Del Bryant, the president and CEO of BMI, has been in the headlines of late after megalabels Sony and EMI withdrew some of their catalogs from the performing-rights organizations. In an open letter to the industry, republished on MusicRow, Bryant delves more deeply into the whats and whys of it all.
Under the administrative agreement, BMI will distribute royalties to songwriters and publishers resulting from Sony/ATV and EMI’s negotiations. These agreements are BMI’s first entry into offering these types of administrative services and we believe this is one of many opportunities for our organization to provide additional value to our affiliates in today’s dynamic market.
Today marks the beginning of a new job for Justin Cole as the director of country programming for Premiere Radio Networks, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications. Cole, who has in the past worked at 103 WKDF, is returning to Nashville from Baltimore to lead the daily operations of Premiere's country shows as well as the CMA Awards broadcast and local promotions.