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BMG JONESES FOR PALMER

Jonathan Palmer, who gave up the budding rock star life to handle film and TV synchs, has joined BMG as Senior Vice President, Creative Synch, and will lead the creative synch teams in New York and Los Angeles.

Palmer will report to Patrick Joest, Global EVP, Marketing & Licensing.

“Jonathan is well-respected both in the artist and the synch communities, and his wealth of experience in recorded and publishing combined with his broad client network are going to be a real asset for BMG and our artist clients,” Joest said.

Previously a principal at the boutique music firm A Suit of Leaves, he represented record labels, music publishers, artists and songwriters for licensing across all media. He also worked in creative licensing at SONGS Music Publishing, Bug Music, Sony/ATV and Columbia Records.

And way back when, he led the popular L.A. band Love Jones.

 

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