Anastasia Brown has been appointed to Chief Content Strategist of Visionary Media Group.
In her new role, Brown will direct the creation and allocation of all digital and physical content across all platforms for the company’s music, film, television and scoring projects. In addition to steering the content creation for VMG’s flagship recording artist, American Idol finalist Kree Harrison, signed to the subsidiary One Vision Music Group, Brown will also be working on film productions and scores.“Anastasia Brown brings an exceptional level of experience and stature in the music industry to VMG,” says CEO Cory B. Savage. “Her expertise and incredible eye for spotting talent is unmatched. I couldn’t be happier to have Anastasia on our team as we help artists prosper in the entertainment industry.”
Prior to joining VMG, Brown had carved out a path that encompasses music, film and television constructing a creative bridge between Nashville and Hollywood. With a career featuring milestones including DOVE and Emmy wins and Grammy and Oscar nominations, Brown’s traversed a three-decade career honing expertise as a music supervisor, artist manager, music publisher, film/soundtrack/TV producer, author, TV personality, A&R/label executive and content creator.
While heading up Miles Copeland’s Nashville division of Firstars Management and Ark 21 Records, Brown worked with Keith Urban, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton and Leon Russell in various capacities to both launch and propel their careers. Serving as distribution consultant and music supervisor for the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation, Brown coordinated the distribution of the documentary For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville on ABC. As a TV music consultant for Warner Nashville, she made 27 sync placements in a six-month period, including songs by Blake Shelton, the Zac Brown Band, Brett Eldredge and Hunter Hayes.
In the production arena, Brown has developed four TV series and two films including the Sony Classics biopic on the life of Hank Williams, Sr., I Saw the Light. On the other side of the camera, Brown starred as a judge for three seasons of the USA Network talent competition Nashville Star. Brown also led the charge to grow a self-sustaining film, TV, scoring and post-production industry in Nashville establishing Southern Lights, a Content Creation Alliance in 2019.
“My long-term goal is to grow a prolific and self-sustaining film, TV, podcast and gaming production center as well as an audiovisual scoring industry in Nashville, and with VMG’s leadership and dedication, this goal is finally becoming a reality,” says Brown. “Content has been and always will be ‘king.’ VMG will provide the resources to attract and grow content creators, and support innovative production strategies for creative works to be launched from idea through completion. Their unique brand of business strategy will benefit recording artists, songwriters, producers of soundtracks, and the development of authentic films, TV, podcast and gaming entertainment. VMG has cutting-edge technology that will transform the ability to distribute content internationally. My career over these last three decades has encompassed bits and pieces of all that VMG is supporting me to lead, all under one roof.”
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