Activist was consultant for Hidden Beach Recordings
Music marketing exec Angela Pittman died of cancer April 11 in Los Angeles. She was 38.She most recently worked as a marketing consultant for Hidden Beach Recordings. Pittman started in the casting department at Fox Broadcasting, followed by a position at Epic Records in the marketing department. She later relocated to New York, working for Loud Records and Blue Flame Marketing/Bad Boy Entertainment. In 2001, she returned to Los Angeles, working as a special marketing consultant and event planner, handling brand campaigns for recording artists. She joined the staff of Hidden Beach Recordings in 2002 as a marketing consultant, involved in the development of such artists as Jill Scott, Kindred and Mike Phillips. She was actively involved with breast cancer awareness, appeared on the cover of Denise Roberts’ Breast Cancer Foundation magazine and co-founded the Angela Pittman Lifesavers Outreach Program, to speak with high school students and encourage them to live healthily. She is survived by behind her mother; her father and a brother. Donations may be made to the Daurian Aldredge Scholarship Fund c/o Janus Fund, P.O. Box 173375, Denver, CO 80217-3375 – Account 201786919.
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