January 12, 2015

Liz Fischer Named Vice President, Corporate Communications and Marketing of Broadcast Music, Inc.

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) today announced that Liz Fischer has been named Vice President, Corporate Communications and Marketing, effective immediately. She reports to Mike O’Neill, President and CEO, and is based in BMI’s New York office.

In this role, Fischer will oversee BMI’s Corporate Communications and Marketing functions, including the company’s media relations strategy, advocacy communications, corporate and digital marketing and social media programs. She will also ensure the consistent delivery and execution of BMI’s brand messaging across all platforms.
“I am very pleased to welcome Liz to BMI,” said O’Neill.  “She is a seasoned communications leader whose experience is a terrific fit for this role, particularly during this time of exciting transformation in our industry.  I know she will be a key player as we continue to create awareness of BMI’s value in today’s digital marketplace and our mission to serve songwriters, publishers and the diverse businesses that play their music.”

Prior to BMI, Fischer spent nearly 19 years at NBCUniversal in a variety of communications roles. She most recently was Vice President, Communications, NBC News, overseeing the media relations for NBC News’ programming, business and research initiatives, digital group and executives. Prior to that, Fischer was a Vice President in NBCUniversal’s Corporate Communications department, where she led the communications strategy for the company’s broadcast and cable advertising sales organization, research group and Local Media division. Fischer also worked as the Director of Media Relations for WNBC and WNJU, creating and executing media campaigns for NBC’s flagship local television station and the local Telemundo station in New York.

Fischer graduated from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and currently resides in Manhattan.

Jamil Walker – BMI
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