Roc Nation Reportedly Names Phil McIntyre President Of Management; Clients Include Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato

Roc Nation has reportedly named Phil McIntyre the president of its management division. 

The decision was announced by company CEO and co-founder Jay Brown April 24, according to Variety. McIntyre is the head of his own company, Philymack, which is partnered with Roc Nation and Safehouse Records (a joint venture with Nick Jonas, Demi Lovato and Island Records).  
In his new role, McIntyre’s responsibilities will include working with Roc Nation’s “house managers to deliver strategic opportunities and value for the Roc Nation roster,” Variety says. 
Roc Nation CEO Jay Brown stated at the time the partnership was announced, “We believe in Phil, his company, and his vision.  He is committed to and has a passion for developing talent.  His character and business sense are reflective of the Roc Nation philosophy.”
Philymack counts Demi Lovato, DNCE, Nick Jonas, The Band Perry and Iggy Azalea among its clients.  Roc Nation was founded by Jay-Z in 2008 and has offices in New York City, London, Nashville, Austin, and Los Angeles. That year, Jay-Z and Live Nation entered a 10-year “360 deal” encompassing the artist’s label, touring and management with Roc Nation a joint venture between the artist and promoter. Other artists signing “360” deals at the time included Shakira, U2 and Madonna, signifying the clout of the touring business in the greater entertainment industry. The deals even included artists acquiring Live Nation stock. 
“I’ve always respected and admired what the team at Roc Nation has built. I’m honored to partner with such a multi-faceted leader in the entertainment business,” Phil McIntyre said when the Roc Nation / Phillymack partnership was announced.  “I look forward to what the future brings for both.” 
The recent death of Career Artist Management founder Jordan Feldstein in December led to longtime clients Maroon 5 and frontman Adam Levine remaining with a revised CAM, while remaining acts Miguel, Elle King and Robin Thicke – along with their managers – are to join Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, officially ending its previous partnership with CAM.  
McIntyre joined “American Idol” this season as executive producer, putting him in the company of other music industry executives working behind the scenes on the show over the years such as record producer Jimmy Iovine, Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame producer legend Clive Davis. 
He brings his experience in TV as the Jonas Brothers and Lovato were Disney stars. 
Lovato has become an arena headliner, just wrapping a North American arena tour leg that grossed more than $20 million, including a show at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena that moved 14,725 tickets and grossed $1.05 million. 
Roc Nation also partners for the Made In America festival in Philadelphia, as Live Nation’s Bob Roux explained to Pollstar.
Pollstar reached out to Roc Nation and Philymack for comment, but hadn’t heard back at press time.