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Leah Streetman Promoted to VP Universal Motown Republic Group

 width=Leah Streetman has been promoted to Vice President, Strategic Alliances/Film & TV for Motown Republic Group, it was announced today by Lori Lambert, Senior Vice President of Strategic Alliances for Motown Republic Group.

“Her consistent creative contributions and tireless efforts on behalf of all of our artists and releases have been widely acknowledged throughout the industry, as she has become one of the most respected executives in film and television music.”

In this new role, Ms. Streetman will be responsible for overseeing film and television creative music placement for their roster of current artists and new releases, including Lil Wayne, Colbie Caillat, Florence + The Machine, Kelly Rowland , Enrique Iglesias, and Damian Marley.

“Since Leah joined the Strategic Alliances department four years ago, she has created significant exposure for our music, and a truly viable profit-generating area that did not exist here before,” said Ms. Lambert. “Her consistent creative contributions and tireless efforts on behalf of all of our artists and releases have been widely acknowledged throughout the industry, as she has become one of the most respected executives in film and television music.”

“This has been an incredible journey for me,” stated Ms. Streetman. “I’m thrilled to be part of the UMRG family and feel privileged to have such amazing support from Lori Lambert, Sylvia Rhone, Monte and Avery Lipman, and Mel Lewinter. Music contributes so much to the creative process for film and television, and I am very fortunate to be able to help fulfill the vision of our partners at the networks and studios while providing additional exposure for our unique and refreshing roster of contemporary artists.”

Previously, Ms. Streetman was Senior Director, Strategic Alliances/Film & TV for . During her tenure at the company, she has worked with artists such as Amy Winehouse, Shiny Toy Guns, Mika, Akon, 3 Doors Down, Nelly, and Scissor Sisters.