Industry Ink: SESAC, Hi-Fi Fusion, RareSpark Media, Who Knew

Shannan Hatch

Shannan Hatch

SESAC’s Shannan Hatch Featured on StyleBluePrint

SESAC’s Shannan Hatch, named one of MusicRow‘s Rising Women on the Row honorees in 2012, was recently featured as one of StyleBluePrint’s FACES of Nashville.

“My favorite part is helping songwriters get to the next level, which is also the most challenging!” Hatch said of her favorite part of working in the music business. “I also get to work with and help some of my closest friends … my extended family, which is amazing! My husband Rob was SESAC songwriter of the year last year, and I got to present him with the writer of the year award … a night we will never forget!”

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Hi-Fi Fusion Adds Hammar As Project Manager

Ania Hammar

Ania Hammar

Digital marketing firm Hi-Fi Fusion has hired Ania Hammar as the newest project manager.

The Cape Cod, Mass., native is a graduate of Belmont University and recently worked for Northwestern Mutual.

Hammar can be reached at 615-298-3873 or [email protected].

RareSpark Media Group Hires Allen As Operations Manager

Katie Allen

Katie Allen

RareSpark Media Group has added Louisiana State University graduate Katie Allen operations manager. Allen previously worked with Leadership Music for six years.

In her new role, Allen will focus on day-to-day business and resources management for the company. RareSpark Media Group’s current roster includes Victoria Banks, Walker Hayes, Park Chisolm, E Marlowe, and Kirsten Arian.

“Who Knew” Music Industry Event Set For April 2

Who KnewIndustry members will have the opportunity to congregate for an evening of education and networking as part of “Who Knew,”which will take place at The Listening Room Cafe on  Thursday, April 2 from 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

Speakers include Steve Savoca (Spotify), Randy Wachtler (Warner Chappell Production Music), Hunter Williams (CAA), Charles Alexander (Outside The Box), Doyle Davis (Grimey’s), Brittany Wagusen (Kalatech), Notelle (EDM artist), and Project Music.

An advanced ticket is $10, and includes two drinks and light hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are available at eventbrite.com.

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Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at [email protected]

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