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two new hires at BMG film & Tv

HIRE & HIRE: In what may be indicative of the huge importance of visual media in the music biz, BMG Chrysalis continues to beef up its film and television staff. The latest additions are Alex Flores as Director, Marketing, Film & TV, and Lauriana Zuluaga as Director, Marketing & Licensing, Film & TV. Flores will be based in the company’s L.A. offices, and Zuluaga will work out of BMG Chrysalis HQ in NY. Both will report to SVP Marketing Wendy Griffiths. Flores’ duties will include placing the BMG roster of songs into upcoming films, as well as bringing in new artists, while Zuluaga will oversee all aspects of licensing, including pitching, negotiating and contract administration. Said Flores, who comes to BMG from Walt Disney Studios, “For me, it’s all about marrying my two passions—music and film. There’s nothing better than being the accomplice in the creative process, championing our talent, bringing them opportunities and making sure we stay true to their goals and vision.” Commented Zuluaga, who spent ther last four-plus years at Sony Music, “I’m absolutely thrilled that BMG Chrysalis has given me the opportunity to join their licensing team at such an exciting time. With some of the best titles around, I’m a kid in a candy store. I can’t wait to share all these goodies with the ad world.” (3/14a)

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