Award-Winning Producer Lee Rolontz Named Senior Vice President, Original Music Production, VH1
Award-winning producer Lee Rolontz has been promoted to senior vice president, Original Music Production for VH1, it was announced by Christina Norman, president, VH1, to whom she reports.
In her new position, Rolontz, a 20-year veteran of the music and entertainment industry, will be responsible for overseeing and producing all original music events as well as developing new cornerstone events. Rolontz was promoted from vice president, Original Music Production. During that time she served as executive producer on VH1 events, including "The Concert for New York City," "VH1 Big Awards," "The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame," and many others. Over the past four years, Rolontz developed and executive produced new franchises for the channel such as "Hip Hop Honors," which reached nearly seven million viewers, "A Kid Rock Christmas," and helped to recreate and reinvigorate "VH1 Storytellers."
"Lee's exceptional expertise and extensive knowledge of television event production is unparalleled. Her creative vision continues to bring VH1 events to the highest level of success and professionalism," said Christina Norman, VH1 president. "In her new role, Lee will continue to develop and produce innovative high profile artist-driven events that build off of our music and pop culture focus."
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