Black River Christian Welcomes Ali Matkosky to Promotion Team

Black River Christian is happy to announce the addition of Ali Matkosky to the Promotion team. She will be the new Director of National Promotion & Strategy and will report to Brian Thiele, Vice President of National Promotion. Ali most recently spent four years at Word Entertainment as the Director of National Promotion and before that spent two years at Provident Label Group.  She says, “I’m excited to be a part of the growing Black River family. I look forward to working with incredibly talented artists alongside an amazing team.”

 

Thiele adds, “I had the privilege of working with Ali for four years before I came to Black River and I can honestly say that she is one of the best Promotion people in this industry. We are excited for her to bring her expertise, personality and passion to Black River Christian!”

 

Ali’s first day at Black River Christian will be Monday, December 4th and she can be reached at amatkosky@blackriverent.com.

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