11 Sep 2013
Warner Music Nashville Promotes Jeremy Holley to Senior Vice President, Consumer & Interactive Marketing
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Warner Music Nashville (WMN), the Nashville-based recorded music operation of Warner Music Group, today announced the promotion of Jeremy Holley to Senior Vice President, Consumer & Interactive Marketing. In this position, Holley will continue to manage all aspects of the company’s digital marketing, direct-to-fan, e-commerce, video promotion, and social media & digital music strategy. He also oversees the creative services department for Warner Music Group’s country and Christian divisions, which include Atlantic, Elektra, Warner Bros., LoudMouth, and Word Entertainment. Jeremy previously served as Vice President, Consumer & Interactive Marketing, and will continue to report to Peter Strickland, EVP & General Manager, Warner Music Nashville.
"Jeremy and his team have built a reputation among partners and industry peers as one of the most aggressive and innovative in the music business,” said Strickland. “Thanks to their creativity and vision, WMN artists like Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes, and newcomers like Brett Eldredge and for King & Country—continue to enjoy new commercial and marketing opportunities.”
"I’m excited to continue working with such a talented and dedicated team of passionate music fans. John Esposito, Rod and Peter, along with our extended Warner family, are truly inspiring and I can't wait to see what happens next,” said Holley.
Holley started his career in finance at Benchmark Mortgage, a company he co-owned, from 2000-2004. He then moved to Nashville to work as Media Manager for Milam Results Marketing, a direct response advertising agency. Holley joined the WMN family in 2005, working in radio promotions. He was quickly promoted to Head of New Media & Mobile Marketing, and subsequently began working on the country and Christian divisions’ 360 and digital efforts.
Holley has been recognized by Billboard as one of the "Top 30 Under 30" executives in the music and entertainment industry (2007), as well as one of the "Billboard Twitter 140: Music-Industry Characters You Need To Follow" for the past two years in a row. Holley has represented music rights holders on Capitol Hill, educating lawmakers about the importance of performance rights to the overall music community.
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Source: Warner Music Nashville