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10/15/19

Pictured l to r: Sam Sarno, Carly Sater, Molly Bouchon

Nashville publishing, management and artist development company SMACK has staffed up, promoting Sam Sarno and hiring Carly Sater and Molly Bouchon. The company is led by award-winning songwriters/producers Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne.

SMACK Publishing, home to top songwriters, artists and producers, has promoted Sarno to Creative Coordinator. Sarno joined SMACK in 2018 as Catalog Manager. She will expand her role alongside CCO Robin Palmer and Senior Creative Director Lee Krabel, and can be reached at [email protected].

In conjunction with Sarno’s promotion, Sater has been brought on as Catalog Manager. She will assist the creative team and oversee SMACK’s catalog of chart-topping hits. Sater comes to SMACK from Nashville-based 1220 Entertainment where she was Public Relations Assistant, and can be reached at [email protected].

Rounding out the new hires is Bouchon, who has joined as Director of Digital. Bouchon will oversee artists as well as SMACK’s social strategy, and act as a liaison with digital partners. Bouchon was formerly at Universal Music Group where she served as Senior Manager on the Global Streaming Marketing team, and can be reached at [email protected].

Photo: Ford Fairchild