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We are always looking for talent both on and off the stage.  If you think you have what it takes to work in the music industry and desire to gain valuable skills working with a variety of industry professionals, please submit your resume and cover letter to .



Requirements- College education in the music business, publicity, marketing, or a related field. Courses in finance, statistics, and journalism are preferred.

-Must have stellar people skills

-Ability to influence media members

-Must have great organizational skills as well as excellent writing and communication skills


Job Description:

-Develop, implement, execute, and oversee public relations plans to coincide with overall marketing strategy and maximize the public presence of the Stewart Entertainment roster through the web, print, radio, and TV.


  • Identify opportunities and generate ideas for media coverage and pitch ideas to appropriate media outlets-

  • Work with talent bookers to secure TV appearances (Conan, Fallon, Kimmel, Meyers, Ellen etc) for Stewart Entertainment’s bands
  • Work with media contacts to place stories in both national and regional print, and online outlets
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with media contacts at blogs, print, and TV (Pitchfork, Stereogum, Rolling Stone, NPR, SPIN,            Billboard, Idolator, Complex, Relix, Hypem, LA Times, NY Times, Nylon, Vice/Noisey, MTV, Fallon, Conan, Meyers, Kimmel etc)
  • Create and execute timeline for content placement- place album streams, videos, remixes, and tracks with premiere partners
  • Liaise with independent publicity firms and oversee outside publicity campaigns
  • Oversee production of all press releases and tour press pitches
  • Maintain database of key media contacts 
  • Maintain schedules for all bands on tour, at festivals, and throughout the cycle of each album’s release
  • Provide weekly updates to managers and Stewart Entertainment staff
  • Provide media training for bands and artists as needed
  • Oversee internal communications to ensure staff is aware of any media placement


Stewart Entertainment Publishing Director

REPORTS TO: Brad Stewart – Founder

DEPARTMENT: Stewart Entertainment Publishing

COMPENSATION: Project-based for each artist and project.


JOB PURPOSE - To manage the day to day operations of Stewart Entertainment Publishing shaping of the company’s publishing division and the catalog that it represents.

  • Devise and develop new clients and placements that will contribute to the artist’s career and the Company’s profitability in particular.  

  • Responsible for selling the copyrights of our catalog to be used in a commercial way that is in line with the artist and clients goals. 

  • Prepare publishing plan, Implementing and maintaining an on‐going relationship with old and new publications that supports the goals of the client.

  • Raise the profile of the Publishing Company within the music industry worldwide.

  • Facilitate the best possible relationships with people and institutions within the industry and music education and to encourage the involvement of the highest quality collaborators in our field.

  • Internally, responsible for being the main liaison with Stewart Entertainment staff at all levels and on all issues regarding publishing.   

  • Externally, responsible for the key relationship with our distributors, trade outlets, with music industry bodies, and with various commercial and non‐commercial organizations.

  • Training, motivating and developing other publishing agents.

  • Making sure the music and metadata are technically correct and ensuring there is no copyright infringement and/or unauthorized use of the material.

  • Prepare printed music (sheet music, songbooks, etc.) and have it distributed.

  • In charge of collecting fees for song usage or royalties from a variety of sources (performance fees from when the song is played on the radio or on TV, mechanical royalties from when the song is sold, printed edition royalties from songbooks and sheet music, synchronization fees if a song is played in a movie, and ancillary income from commercials, ads, toys, clothing, etc.)




Key attributes are a comprehensive knowledge of music in all forms; skills in managing people, processes, planning and finance; experience in the publishing industry; awareness of educational developments.


Education and Training

Bachelor’s degree and experience in the music industry and/or music publishing required. Copyright law experience and/or management experience is recommended.




  • Excellent knowledge of the music industry and keeping in touch with trends

  • Proactive, highly motivated, and persistent to take ownership of booking tours throughout the U.S. and Canada

  • Able to multitask and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment

  • Strong computer skills with Microsoft Office, proficient with various social media platforms, and pay close attention to details

  • Superior organizational skills, ability to collaborate and prioritize. 

  • Strong phone and/or sales experience with a passion for live music

  • Professional demeanor with strong networking skills

  • Booking/Entertainment experience is highly recommended 


Job Description:

We are seeking out 2 highly motivated individuals to help our bands in maximizing revenue for all live shows.

You will be representing and promoting the clients skills in order to fulfil their career goals. Make all the arrangements and organize the concerts with effective techniques and strategies to ensure the clients of their success.

You will work closely with the artists' management, promoters, publicists, clubs, festivals, concert series,and record companies to maximize revenue.

Responsible for negotiating contracts, riders, and following up on deposits.


Full Time (40-55 hours per week)



TOUR PUBLICITY INTERNSHIP : Music Industry, Marketing, and Technology



  • Excellent written, verbal, and communication skills

  • Proactive and motivated to take ownership of assignments

  • Ability to multitask and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment

  • Professional demeanor with strong networking skills

  • Capability of research and updates various social media

  • Proficient with Microsoft and Google software

  • Knowledge of publicity strategies and best practices

  • Ability to work independently and remotely

  • Strong organizational and time management skills

  • Attention to detail and excellent proofreading skills

  • Passion for the entertainment industry

  • Experience with social media platforms is a plus

  • Working towards Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Communications, or a related field

  • Growth opportunities

  • On-the-job training


Part time (15 hours per week) with potential for full time

Our goal is to give students real life experience working with national/international touring acts in a professional agency setting.

Role Description

This is a remote internship role for an Assistant Publicist at Stewart Entertainment Agency. As an Assistant Publicist, you will be responsible for assisting in the day-to-day tasks related to publicity and media relations. This includes drafting press releases, communicating with media outlets, and supporting public relations activities. This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the entertainment industry.


This position offers a challenging yet rewarding opportunity for individuals with a passion for publishing and content creation. 

Job Types: Part-time, Internship

Pay: Course Credit



  • Monday to Friday




  • Writing skills: 1 year (Preferred)


Work Location: Remote

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