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Global Synch Summit Speakers

Alexandra Patsavas

Founder, Chop Shop Music Supervisor

Andrea von Foerster

Music Supervisor, Firestarter Music

Bobby Gumm

VP, Music, Trailer Park

Dan Burt

Music Supervisor & Producer, JWT

Daniel Kuypers

Director of Music, Energy BBDO

David Taylor

CEO & Managing Director, AUPEO! (Panasonic)

Gary Calamar

President, Go! Music Services

Jason Fielding

CEO, The Sound Campaign

Jenny Ring

Music Supervisor, Forsman & Bodenfors

John Rubey

CEO, Fathom Events (AMC & Regal Cinemas)

JT Griffith

Music Supervisor, Nike

Justin Medcraft

Global Senior Brand Manager, Smirnoff

Kyle Hopkins

Head of Music Supervision, Microsoft/Xbox

Kymberli Frueh

VP, Programming, Fathom Events (AMC & Regal Cinemas)

Lindsay Fellows

Founder & Producer, TheEngine360

Mamie Coleman

VP, Music & Production, FOX Broadcasting Company

Marisa Baldi

Partner, Zync Music Group

Mary Ramos

Music Supervisor, Saturday Music

Mike Knobloch

President, Film Music & Publishing, Universal Pictures

PJ Bloom

Partner, Neophonic Music & Media

Rochelle Holguin

VP/Head of Creative Music Services, MTV/VH1/LOGO

Richard Glasser

Executive In Charge of Music Film/TV, The Weinstein Co.

Rudy Chung

Music Supervisor, Hit The Ground Running

Sarah Webster

Founder, Saraswati Music Supervision

Steve Celi

Music Manager, Fox On Air Promo

Scott Burnell

Global Lead, Business Development & Partner Management, Ford Motor Company

Tracey Trench

Owner/Producer, Tracey Trench Productions

Trygge Toven

Supervisor/Senior Coordinator Film Music, Format Entertainment; President/Music Supervisor, Vidsyn


VP/Head of Creative Music Services, MTV/VH1/LOGO

In her role as VP and Head of Creative Music Services, MTV, VH1 and LOGO, Rochelle Holguin is responsible for all aspects of music supervision and the creative production music strategy across MTV, VH1 and LogoTV's linear and digital programs, promos, trailers and specials. Rochelle has developed and executed significant music supervision marketing initiatives across TV, digital and social platforms, generating music press around primetime series "Faking It," "Awkward," "Teen Wolf" and "Finding Carter" with features in Billboard, THR, Variety and The Boston Globe.

Throughout her career at Viacom, Rochelle has built unique partnerships and connected artists and songwriters to hit series such as "Teen Mom," "Jersey Shore: and "The Hills." She was integral in successfully implementing SONG IDs across MTV programming as well as launching the blog and its social accounts. In 2015 she was named an emerging Powerful & Influential Latino in Entertainment by the Imagen Foundation. She is on the advisory board for the Women In Music organization and a guest panelist for multiple music conferences including SXSW, ASCAP Expo, Music Export, Miami Winter Music Conference and Canadian Music Week.