Big Machine Label Group has expanded its publicity and corporate communications team, with the addition of Megan Brophy. Brophy relocated to Nashville from New York City where she worked as a publicist at top global entertainment firm, ID PR. At ID she maintained a diverse client roster consisting of mostly TV and film actors including Bette Midler, Ellen Page, Elijah Wood and Serena Williams.
Throughout her tenure, she has worked on multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, SAG, Tony and Oscar campaigns including Lupita Nyong’o’s Academy Award win for 12 Years a Slave and most recently Bette Midler’s return to Broadway and Tony Award win for of Hello, Dolly! In addition to her work with talent, Brophy worked on the launch of TV Land Network’s hit, Younger and Off-Broadway’s Lucille Lortel Awards.
She joins the BMLG publicity and corporate communications team which includes Jake Basden, Erin Burr, Charlotte Burke and Shelby Paul.
“As a life-long country music fan, it has been a dream of mine to move to Nashville,” said Brophy. “I couldn’t have asked to work at a better company and I am so thankful to Scott Borchetta and Jake Basden for this opportunity. I’m excited to get started!”
“I met Megan nearly two years ago and knew right away that she would be a fantastic addition to our team,” said Basden. “While the music always comes first, Big Machine Label Group artists often grow into lifestyle brands that require communications strategies for multiple consumer touchpoints. Megan is the perfect addition to our team to ensure we can meet those needs.”
Brophy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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