Capitol Music Group’s in-house brand partnerships sync licensing division, seventeenfifty, has named Brian Nolan Senior Vice President. He’ll report to COO Michelle Jubelirer.
Nolan arrives from Columbia Records where he spent 12 years, most recently as Vice President of International Marketing, where he led global marketing campaigns for David Bowie’s final album, along with acts like Depeche Mode and John Mayer. At Sony Music, Nolan also played a role in secured advertising synchs for Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” (with Ford), Leon Bridges’ “Coming Home” (for Apple) and “River” (for Beats by Dre).
Nolan also co-created “Culinary Beats,” a CITI-branded original series that aired for two seasons on Yahoo!, and “On The Road,” which aired on The Travel Channel. He is also an Executive Producer of YouTube’s Best.Cover.Ever original series, slated for this fall.
Said Jubelirer: “Brian has such a broad-base of experience within the music industry, and he has clearly excelled in every position he’s held. He knows the intricacies of artist development first-hand, and is so well-suited to integrating the role of seventeenfifty into our overall marketing efforts to build and enhance careers in ways that are consistent with the creative paths and images of our artists. We are thrilled that Brian has joined the CMG family.”