NASHVILLE, USA // Jeremy Holley is a Partner at FlyteVu, an entertainment marketing agency that connects brands to consumers at the intersection of entertainment and technology, which he founded with Laura Hutfless in 2015.
FlyteVu was recently awarded a Clio Award for their work with the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and has continued to gain momentum with successful campaigns ranging from Garth Brooks 7 Diamond / Snapchat initiative, Anheuser Busch partnerships with Thomas Rhett, Sam Hunt, Snoop Dogg and more, Red Cross #2Steps2Minutes Campaign, and Cracker Barrel’s ACM Content Creator Studio and Spotlight Music Program.
Holley was previously Sr. VP of Consumer & Interactive Marketing at Warner Music Nashville (WMN) and played a key role in building WMN’s and Word Entertainment’s multiple rights (360) business overseeing all aspects of creative, digital, and strategic marketing. He and his team created unprecedented partnerships and collaborations between artists, brands, and digital platforms including Shazam, YouTube, Snapchat, and SoundCloud and created several award-winning videos including the 2013 ACA Male Music Video of the Year for Blake Shelton.
At Warner he worked with Fortune 500 companies such as Pepsi, Samsung, JC Penney, and artists like Sheryl Crow, Blake Shelton, Hunter Hayes, Brett Eldredge, For King & Country, and Dwight Yoakam.
Additionally, Holley launched WMN’s Strategic Partnerships division, brokering deals for Chris Janson / Pepsi, The Bible Tour (Mark Burnett), Uber/CMA.
Holley has been recognized as one of Billboard’s Power Player Top 40 Under 40 (2015), Billboard’s Top 30 Under 30 executives in the music and entertainment industry (2007), as well as one of "Billboard Twitter 140: Music-Industry Characters You Need To Follow" (2011 & 2012).
He is also a Leadership Music Alumni (2013) and a member of the Recording Academy's Nashville Advocacy Committee where he has represented music rights holders on Capitol Hill, educating lawmakers about the importance of performance rights.