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Goldstein New VP Marketing At Zomba Label Group

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Julie Goldstein has been appointed Vice President of Marketing for The Zomba Label Group. She will be assuming product management responsibilities for Three Days Grace, Bowling For Soup, 311, Eamon, JC Chasez, Groove Armada, Reel Big Fish, American Minor, American Juniors, Wakefield and Weird Al Yankovic.

Goldstein was recently VP of Marketing for the TV Guide Television Network where she oversaw the company's strategic marketing opportunities, including the partnership between the NBC Networks and the Olympics. Prior to this, Julie spent most of her career in the music industry. At RCA Records, as VP of Marketing, she oversaw the releases Natalie Imbruglia, Elvis, Eve 6, Robyn, The Verve Pipe & Bruce Hornsby. At Virgin Records, Julie product managed The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Lenny Kravitz, Shaggy, Smashing Pumpkins & Cracker amongst others. She started her record career in promotions, having come to the label world from radio, most notably marketing director roles at Live 105 and KMEL in San Francisco.

"I am very excited to have Julie join our team," said Julia Lipari, senior vice president of marketing/special projects for The Zomba Label Group. "She brings an enormous amount of experience and passion for marketing music to our label, and I'm sure the artists she touches, as well as the label as a whole, will reap the benefits. Her industry reputation is golden, and I anticipate her track record for success to be proven once again."

"I am thrilled to join the team at Zomba Label Group," said Goldstein. "I have always admired the skill and vision put into each artist's release by the Zomba management team. I look forward to being part of the continued growth of Zomba on a creative and business level. With the new signings of the A&R department, I feel Zomba is positioned to begin an exciting new chapter of developing talent across all musical landscapes." –Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner