SESAC Appoints Ashley Miller to Vice President, West Coast Operations

Film Music Magazine • March 11, 2009

Performing rights organization SESAC has announced the appointment of Ashley Miller to Vice President, West Coast Operations. Miller’s responsibilities will include overseeing all operations of SESAC’s Santa Monica office, building relationships with potential affiliates and entertainment industry executives, and providing services to current SESAC affiliates. She will also take a leadership role in SESAC’s film and television initiatives as well as facilitate writer and catalog affiliations.

“We are honored and excited to have Ashley Miller join the SESAC family,” said Pat Collins, President/COO of SESAC. “Ashley has an impressively diverse background in entertainment as a manager, music publisher, film and television music supervisor. Ashley will provide SESAC writers and publishers with invaluable knowledge and insight and will be a tremendous asset to all as we continue to expand our unprecedented, high level of service to affiliates and licensees alike.”

Miller began her career in the music business managing the day-to-day operations for David Lee Roth’s LA Management offices, Diamond Dave Enterprises, before moving on to contract administration for Vision International. In 1992, Miller joined the West Coast office of The Zomba Group of Companies and was instrumental in the development and daily operations of the company’s premiere Film and Television division encompassing music editorial, music supervision, composer representation, music libraries and music publishing/master recording licensing. Before her recent appointment at SESAC, Miller was responsible for establishing and overseeing the music department for independent film production company Millennium Films/New Image Pictures as Exec In Charge of Music/ Music Supervisor which included a slate of 15 – 20 films per year, music publishing and soundtracks. Miller’s feature film credits include such major releases as “Rambo”, “Righteous Kill”, “Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans”, “The Black Dahlia”, 16 Blocks” and “Brooklyn’s Finest”.

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