WMA Launches Nashville PR Division

Jamie Cologna

Global music and entertainment agency WMA has expanded its Nashville operations with the launch of a new publicity division.

Former CAA and SMACKSongs employee, Jamie Cologna joins the company as the department’s first new hire and publicist. Cologna will work alongside the wider U.S. PR team, based out of New York’s headquarters, leading artist campaigns and assisting with the Nashville office which is overseen by former Sony Nashville and Warner UK Marketing executive, Hannah Dudley.

“I’m thrilled to see our Nashville operations and publicity team continue to expand with the new PR department,” said WMA founder and global CEO Seb Weller. “With such a wealth of talent in Nashville, I’m excited that we are now able to offer full-service PR to local artists and brands alongside our existing and global clients. With the addition of Jamie we are incredibly pleased to welcome another industry leader to our 50+ strong global team.”

“I’m incredibly excited to be joining WMA and to bring my love for PR to the team,” Cologna said. “WMA is such an innovative organization and the services they offer really do set them apart from the rest. I’m so grateful for their support and honored they chose me to expand their PR efforts in Nashville.”

WMA launched in 2013 and now includes more than 50 employees across offices in London, New York, Los Angeles, Nashville and Melbourne, Australia. The WMA client roster includes brands spanning various sectors such as Universal Music, Sony Music, Warner Music, Spotify, Netflix, EA Games, Disney, Vevo and Adidas.

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