Big Machine Label Group Marketing Department Adds Two

Christine Salomone, Leah Fischer

Big Machine Label Group has added two staffers to its marketing department. Christine Salomone joins as Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Leah Fischer joins as Project Manager, reporting to Chief Marketing Officer Mike Rittberg.

Salomone is a global marketing leader with more than 15 years of branded entertainment and content experience in New York, Sydney and Los Angeles. A graduate of Providence College, her past stints include NBCUniversal, Seven Network, Hearst, Condé Nast, National Hockey League and Sports Illustrated.

“Christine’s track record and passion for the brand partnership space will be a tremendous asset to Big Machine Label Group and our artists,” said Rittberg. “We are excited to have her join the team!”

“I am energized to work with a genuine, smart, fast-paced team that has the ability to make bold moves,” stated Salomone. “I welcome the opportunity to bring fresh perspective to innovate and evolve partnerships that will form meaningful connections between brands and BMLG chart-topping artists.”

A graduate of Pittsburg State University, Fischer joined BMLG in 2015 as the promotions coordinator for BMLG Records. In her new role, she will serve as project manager for Justin Moore, Eli Young Band, Carly Pearce, Danielle Bradbery and Drake White.

“I’m so excited for Leah to be able to grow from within Big Machine Label Group and join our team,” said Rittberg. “Her promotion background will be of immense help as she takes on marketing initiatives.”

Salomone can be reached at [email protected] or 615-345-4522, and Fischer can be reached at [email protected] or 615-345-4531.

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