New openings (4/10/17)

Marketing Coordinator (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra) 

The marketing coordinator will support the marketing, sales and communications team with primary responsibility for classical, family and education programming. Support Atlanta Symphony Hall LIVE team for select programs/projects. Implementation of integrated marketing plans to drive attendance and audience growth.

Podcast Sound Designer (PRI – Minneapolis) 

PRI seeks a Podcast Sound Designer to aid in the production of PRI’s podcasts. The Podcast Sound Designer records, mixes, designs, and creates the overall audio experience of PRI’s podcasts. The Podcast Sound Designer is responsible for the audio quality and consistency of the podcasts and will play an integral role in defining the sound, style and identity of the podcasts. The position requires strong editorial judgement when creating and editing content; technical mastery of recording, editing and mixing; and the ability to thrive in a collaborative, deadline-oriented environment. The position works in support of the podcast producers and hosts to ensure overall podcast success.

Artist Services Marketing Manager (Live Nation – Beverly Hills) 

The Marketing Manager will lead the building and execution of multi-channel marketing programs for Artist Services.

This role is a key member of our team to help maximize awareness to support Live Nation Touring clients & Artist Nation managers with targeted marketing campaigns to help promote all aspects of our client’s careers, including new music, new videos / movies, charitable endeavors as well as ticketing selling initiatives. Knowledge and experience with streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora, YouTube, Tidal, Apple Music and others will be a key part of this role’s responsibilities to ensure that Live Nation is utilizing these platforms to best serve our Artist clients. This role will assist with the creation and development of customized marketing assets (photos, video, GIFS, etc.) and work w creative / production teams to edit and produce content for marketing activation’s.

Radio Marketing Executive (Black Ltd Broadcasting – Greensboro, NC) 

Radio Marketing Executives undertake a wide range of activities to market the services and products of a radio station, or group of stations, to existing and potential listeners and clients.The aim is to increase brand awareness and loyalty, grow the audience and attract advertisers.This involves a range of analytical and creative marketing activities. The Radio Marketing Executive commissions research and interprets data about radio markets and audiences. They also maintain contact databases. They design and implement promotional campaigns and events that engage audiences and meet client needs. They ensure consistent communication in all marketing activity.

Radio Marketing Executives work closely with colleagues in sales, sponsorship, promotions, events, publicity and programming. They offer insight about audiences and commercial partners so that the station’s output meets audience and client expectations, contributes to building the brand, and maximizes revenue.In commercial radio this role is vital in supporting the work of the sales team as it seeks to maximize advertising and other revenue for the station or group. Radio Marketing Executives may work in a small team for a single station, or as part of a larger regional or national department serving a number of stations or radio brands.Radio Marketing Executives manage budgets and ensure the efficient use of resources.

Although some of their work is office-based, they must also spend time out of the office meeting with key station contacts, gathering information, and assisting with events. This has been a description of the Radio Marketing Executive’s role in Commercial Radio. However, aspects of the role are relevant to BBC Marketing and Communications Managers with responsibilities for radio, as well as Radio Producers or Broadcast Journalists who are responsible for events and promotions on individual stations, and community radio staff or volunteers with marketing responsibility.

Publicity Coordinator (Global Eagle – Irvine, CA)

The publicity coordinator’s role is an entry-level position to support the Content Programming Department by gathering, compiling and editing data about movies, TV and music programs available for licensing to airlines.

Brand Planner, Creative Strategist (Dolby – San Francisco) 

As a member of the Brand team, the Brand Planner / Creative Strategist will help set communications strategies, and then drive the translation of those strategies into creative executions. It is a pivotal role on a growing team that will address experiences as diverse as cinema, live music, gaming, OTT, broadcast, and conferencing; devices including televisions, mobile devices, PCs, home theatre, gaming consoles; and technologies spanning audio to imaging

We offer a collegial culture, challenging projects, and excellent compensation and benefits. We’re big enough to give you all the resources you need, and small enough so you can make a real difference and earn recognition for your work. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in strategic settings, while having no problem ‘rolling up the sleeves’ with team members to tackle tactics and get the job done.

PR Assistant (Kaleidoscope Media – Nashville) 

Established Nashville public relations/marketing firm seeks creative, organized, self-starting PR assistant to support our PR Manager on a diverse roster of client work.


  • Assist in pitching press coverage both national and local.
  • Develop and nurture relationships with clients and journalists.
  • Manage multiple client accounts at once.
  • Research and formulate media lists.
  • Track monthly press clips.
  • Draft press releases and pitches.
  • Maintain media databases.

Music & Entertainment Business Instructor (SAE Institute – San Francisco) 

The Music Business program at SAE Expression College in Emeryville, California, invites applications from candidates with professional experience and appropriate academic qualifications to join our team. These roles are on an adjunct basis with contract renewal occurring each semester as needed. The number of positions varies from semester to semester, depending on the needs of the department. Qualified candidates may be eligible to teach more than one of these courses.

Our Music Business Program is a Diploma program that runs for three 15-week semesters. This program is scheduled for evening classes. Each course will meet once per week for 15 weeks.

Producer, Here’s The Thing (WNYC – NYC) 

Here’s The Thing is a series of intimate and honest conversations hosted by award winning actor, Alec Baldwin. The Producer will be responsible for curating conversations between Baldwin and cultural luminaries and thinkers who range from Julianne Moore and Questlove to nuclear regulatory experts and classical music conductors.

The successful candidate will be passionate about the pleasure of a good conversation, clean writing, and coordinating production details. This person will be a highly motivated self-starter who can make things happen – as well a team player who thrives on collaboration. This position reports to the Executive Producer of Here’s The Thing.

Agent Assistant (KCA Artists – Nashville) 

Booking Agent Assistant needed for booking agency. We are a small office on Music Row seeking a highly organized and energetic team member. Hire includes three (3) month trial period.

Music Publisher and Songwriter Business Development (YouTube – Nashville) 

As Manager, Music Publishing Business Development, you will build and maintain strategic relationships with songwriters and music publishing partners, including managing existing songwriter/publisher partnerships, launching new relationships, driving new business opportunities, resolving business issues, and analyzing and tracking key metrics to identify trends. You are as comfortable negotiating agreements and working cross-functionally with colleagues across multiple disciplines to ensure our music partners are positioned for success and our users enjoy the best experience possible.

Festival Support Representative (AEG Live – Tempe, AZ) 

The Festival Support Representative will participate in the Festival University program working in both the Ticket Purchase Support (TPS) call center, and the Client Services Department (CSD) taking courses and performing fieldwork on location at festivals. The Festival University program is a full-spectrum experience, allowing participants to learn and work across multiple departments, in-office and on-site at client music festivals. Students may also perform additional duties, such as acting as a TPS Lead, CSD Support member, and engaging with other departments on special projects relative to their interests.

Older listings (7+ days)

Project Manager (Live Nation – Boston/NYC)

Live Nation’s Media & Sponsorship Division is looking for a Project Manager to assist in the successful creation and implementation of new products related to its venues and festivals that its sales team will bring to market to drive new revenue from corporate advertisers. Products range from the physical (branded viewing areas at our clubs and theaters) to the phygital (sponsored festival mobile apps). During the product development phase, the Project Manager will assist the VP of Venue and Festival Product Development in the collection, organization and synthesis of detailed information from a variety of internal stakeholders including marketing, venue operations and festival promoters as well as external vendors and partners.

Assistant, Promotion (WMG – NYC)

This position will support two VP’s in the Pop and Hot AC departments. Promotion works towards developing awareness and exposure for records through various mediums focusing on but not limited to radio. The department works with marketing, sales, publicity, and digital marketing, creating grass roots and national promotion strategies to garner airplay at key lifestyle, club, and radio outlets.

Manager, Artist Websites (Sony – NYC)

The multiple Grammy-winning Legacy Recordings, Sony Music Entertainment’s catalog division, produces and maintains the world’s foremost catalog of historic reissues, an unparalleled compendium of thousands of digitally remastered archival titles representing virtually every musical genre including popular, rock, jazz, blues, R&B, folk, country, gospel, Broadway musicals, movie soundtracks, ethnic, world music, classical, comedy and more. Legacy also maintains official websites for approximately 30 major recording artists, including Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Miles Davis, Ozzy Osbourne and others. Legacy is seeking to hire a Manager, Artist Websites to support the Director, Artist Websites with maintaining such websites, the label’s website, landing pages and other related projects.

Artist Relations Specialist (Dolby – San Francisco)

The Artist Relations Specialist is responsible for managing Dolby’s relationships with artists who create and/or present content using Dolby technology. Primary responsibilities include overseeing external communications with industry and artist partners, providing guidance and assistance with content creation and presentations, coordinating artist/industry partners with product, and content teams.

Director, Event Operations (Superfly – NYC)

The Director of  Event Operations for Superfly will manage and produce major live events and festivals. The ideal candidate for this role is an experienced, well-rounded events person who is resourceful and possesses a strong production, operations, and experiential marketing background. This role will report to the EVP of Event Operations, and will primarily work on Superfly festival properties including Outside Lands, Colossal Clusterfest, Lost Lake, and Bonnaroo. We are looking for someone who knows how to lead, delegate, and manage people; who knows how to keep staff energized, inspired and focused. This person demonstrates leadership, professionalism and confidence when working with our clients, our team, and our event partners, including building owners, site managers, public officials, law enforcement and vendors.

Marketing Coordinator (Live Nation – Houston)

As a junior member of the Live Nation Houston marketing team, your job is to provide multiple levels of marketing support to the local marketing team, including the marketing of live events within the region. This is an ideal role for someone who wants to learn all aspects of the live music marketing world.

Product Manager (Paranoid Fan – Dallas)

As a Product Manager, you will envision and execute on a growth and go-to-market strategy for one of our core products. You will drive highly impactful, growth programs to boost user acquisition, funnel conversion, user engagement, and lifetime value across US and international markets. You will craft effective launch plans including messaging and pitch.

Your performance will be measured by the growth of your product, and your ability to work closely with and enhance the productivity of a high-performing cross-functional team that includes counterparts in Analytics, Design, Engineering, Business Development, and Operations.

Integrated Marketing Manager (Soundcloud)

We are seeking an Integrated Marketing Manager to support the creation and execution of brand and product-specific marketing campaigns, project manage multiple aspects of campaigns and coordinate execution across multiple channels within the company to support business growth objectives focused on brand equity, awareness, and revenue.

As a key stakeholder in the development of SoundCloud’s brand communications plans, he or she will assist with the planning and tactical execution of brand campaigns across advertising/paid media, in-product messaging, social media, content development and experiential/partnership activation to ensure consistent and coherent execution.

Production – Stage Hand  (Live Nation – Grand Rapids, MI)

Responsible for ensuring the success of show and event productions by performing the technical aspects related to the show(s) production.

Manager, Fan Engagement (WMG – Burbank, CA)

The Manager Fan Engagement & Channel Management position exists to (i) ideate and implement artist specific social media, web, and direct to consumer initiatives on behalf of a designated roster of Warner Bros. Records’ artists and (ii) drive fan acquisition, engagement, and retention across all social media platforms.  The position will be the main artist contact for all digital fan engagement initiatives.

Additionally, the Manager Fan Engagement & Channel Management position will have a high degree of visibility across all company departments and will manage all aspects of specific WBR artists’ social media projects to ensure all details of the initiatives and goals are delivered in a timely and concise manner.  This person will manage timelines, budgets, content/product development, and marketing for the various platforms.

Managing Digital Producer, Classical Music (American Public Media – St Paul, MN)

Do visions of musical notes and Facebook, mobile and YouTube all fill your head at the same time? For the Managing Digital Producer of Classical Music, they do. The Managing Digital Producer serves Minnesota Public Radio’s and American Public Media’s digital and classical music services: Classical APM and Classical Minnesota Public Radio. The position is a member of both the digital media team and the classical music programming units. They are completely embedded within our classical music services.The Managing Producer is responsible for using digital technologies to advance the mission and goals of Classical APM programming (including Performance Today, Symphony Cast and others) and Classical Minnesota Public Radio ( They play a critical role in growing the service and audience of our digital national classical service

This position helps to develop and manage new and innovative ways to deliver the programming of national and regional music services to digital audiences on the web, through social media channels, such as Facebook and Twitter, email and mobile applications. To achieve that goal, the Managing Producer leads a team that coordinates online work by various members of the classical music services. This position is responsible for the creation of all editorial content to fulfill both content and business needs.

The Managing Producer functions in a matrix organizational structure, working with multiple leaders making it critical to collaborate and coordinate all efforts and in particular, collaborate with all areas on goal alignment. The goals of the Managing Producer are approved by the Vice President of Digital Media, the Vice President for the Music Services and Managing Director of Classical Music.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the Director of Customer Engagement at Haulix and host of the company's podcast, Inside Music. He is also a public speaker known for promoting careers in the entertainment industry, as well as an entertainment journalist with over a decade of experience. His bylines include Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Substream Magazine, Nu Sound, and Under The Gun Review, among other popular outlets.