Pollack Media is an international music + media consultancy that specializes in connecting content and distribution partners with consumers. Founded by Jeff Pollack, the company has experience on every continent in television, music, live events, artist strategy, film, radio, print, and digital media, Pollack Media is uniquely positioned to help companies navigate and build bridges between the rapidly shifting music landscape, traditional media, and new technologies. FourScore Entertainment is the film and television-focused entity of Pollack Media.

Jeff Pollack started his work in films as a music supervisor, encompassing 35 films and five Academy Award nominations for Best Original Song with the “Weary Kind” from Crazy Heart winning the award. In 2015, Jeff was a producer on the Emmy nominated HBO Frank Sinatra film All or Nothing At All. He was an associate producer on the film Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me, which featured two Grammy winning songs, including “I’m Not Going to Miss You” which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Song. He also was an exec-producer on Satan and Adam in 2018, The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash in 2019, and the Emmy and Producer’s Guild nominated documentary, Laurel Canyon: A Place in Time in 2020. Pollack is currently an executive producer on the Netflix hip-hop competition, Rhythm + Flow, featuring Cardi B, T.I. and Chance the Rapper, which premiered in 2019, winning an NAACP Image Award the following year. He developed and produced the Emmy nominated docu-series on Paul McCartney 3,2,1 (with Rick Rubin) on Hulu. He was exec producer on the series San Francisco Sounds which debuted recently on MGM+ and Trap Jazz now airing on Hulu. Upcoming projects for ’24 include Rhythm + Flow season 2 on Netflix.

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2007 – Executive Producer -“Movies Rock” on CBS
2006 – Producer – “Live Earth” – Worldwide Concert with Al Gore
2006 – Producer – “Music Rising” – U2 and Green Day reopening of New Orleans Superdome
2005 – Executive Producer – “Live 8 “
2004 – Co-Producer – “Apollo Theater 70th Anniversary” TV Special
2002 – Executive Producer – “Love Rocks” (EIF Humanitarian Award honoring Bono)
2002 – Producer – “Salt Lake Olympics” – Opening/Closing Ceremonies
1999 – Co-Producer – “Net Aid”
1995 – Music Consultant – “Pavarotti and Friends”
1993 – Executive Producer – Quincy Jones’ Pre-Inauguration “Call to Reunion”
1993 – Co-Executive Producer – Billboard Music Awards
1992 – Co-Executive Producer – Billboard Music Awards
1990 – Producer – “Imagine” – Yoko Ono’s tribute to John Lennon on his 50th birthday
1985 – Producer – ABC’s “Live Aid” radio broadcast