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Jasmine Flott
Head of Creative Licensing
Terrorbird Media

BROOKLYN, USA // After starting out in Advertising, Jasmine chose to take her music fandom to a professional level in 2007. Before Terrorbird, she worked as a music supervisor for over 10 years, and is currently the Head of Creative Licensing at Terrorbird Media, a full service music marketing company that offers independent artists radio promotion, publicity, digital marketing, sync licensing and publishing. Terrorbird represents a roster of close to 50 labels and hundreds more independent artists; Jasmine has a special passion for centering queer and BIPOC voices. She was featured on Billboard's 2020 Pride List of industry-shaping LGBTQ executives and is a founder of the Women of Color in Sync group. Placement highlights include Apple (Delta 5, Lydia Ainsworth), Walmart (Ratboys), Nintendo (Bosley), VW (Dan Deacon), Turbo Tax (Mort Garson), Google (Cakes Da Killa), Adidas (Emily Wells), Delta (Kevin Morby), upcoming film Shortcomings (Deerhoof, Tanukichan, Sonny & The Sunsets, Grace Ives), Netflix's Moxie (Bikini Kill, Gossip, The Julie Ruin, Lala Lala, Tacocat); original music for projects like Space Jam: A New Legacy (Big Freedia, Boyfriend), City On Fire (Sloan Rivers, Slow Pulp), Nimona (Jessica Boudreaux), Search Party (Ian Sweet), and Amazon's Modern Love (Chong The Nomad), as well as hundreds more placements for TV series including Never Have I Ever, Yellowjackets, Outer Banks, The L Word: Generation Q, Grey’s Anatomy, Atlanta, Reservation Dogs, Industry, Queer As Folk, Hacks, Heartstopper, And Just Like That, Sex Education, and more.