SESAC Names John Mullins To Senior Director, Writer/Publisher Relations
SESAC, the nation’s fastest growing performing rights organization, has promoted John Mullins to the position of Senior Director, Writer/Publisher Relations. Mullins was formerly Director, Writer/Publisher Relations.
“John Mullins is an experienced and knowledgeable professional so it is with great pleasure that I announce this well-deserved promotion,” said Trevor Gale, SESAC’s Senior Vice President, Writer/Publisher Relations. “His devotion to all SESAC affiliates is admirable and it is that passion and dedication that establishes him as a very unique music professional. We are confident that John will continue to contribute significantly to SESAC’s continued success."
In his new position, Mullins will continue signing new writers and publishers and providing service to existing writers and publishers, primarily in the Contemporary Christian and Country genres. Hailing from Texas, Mullins began his music career working as a Promotions Rep for Columbia Records while obtaining his degree in Radio, TV and Film from the University of Texas in Austin. Prior to joining SESAC, Mullins worked at Sony/ATV/ Music Publishing, where he worked closely with artists such as Brooks & Dunn, the Mavericks, Alabama and Lonestar.
Established in 1930, SESAC is a service organization created to serve both the creators of music and music users through music licensing and timely, efficient royalty collection and distribution. The second oldest and fastest growing performing rights organization in the U.S., SESAC is known for its diversified repertory that includes genres ranging from Adult Contemporary, Urban, Jazz, Rock, Americana, Contemporary Christian, Latin, Country, Gospel, Dance, Classical and New Age. SESAC is also rapidly becoming the performing rights organization of choice among many of Hollywood's most sought-after film and television composers. Headquartered in Nashville, the company also has offices in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and London.