In building Raedio, our goal is to create an audio ecosystem that houses a creative pipeline from: record label/publishing to music supervision and podcasts.
Award-winning music supervisor Stephanie Diaz-Matos not only oversees music supervision for high-profile film and television projects, but she also leads a diverse and dynamic team as Head of Music Supervision at Raedio. Her credits span everything from television series such as Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down to the big screen blockbuster Uncle Drew, NETFLIX’s Someone Great, the EPIX series Godfather of Harlem, and HBO Max's And Just Like That. In 2013, she founded Bonfire Collective. Owned and operated by Stephanie, the company emerged as a sought-after music supervision house. Lauding her contribution to The Get Down, the Guild of Music Supervisor Awards honored her with the award for “Best Music Supervision in a Television or Comedy” in 2017. In 2020 Raedio acquired Bonfire Collective, and Stephanie immersed herself in her new role — the Head of Music Supervision & Library. Under the Raedio banner, she has music supervised the award winning Starz hit P-Valley and Netflix's ME TIME and HBO Max's Betty and more.
Dzifa Yador is an Emmy nominated Senior Director who leads Raedio’s podcast department. Having dedicated over a decade of her professional career to reaching diverse audiences with high quality editorial content, some of Dzifa’s previous credits include spearheading the launch of Spotify’s editorial content brand, Frequency, and executing award winning podcasts such as The Michelle Obama Podcast and Ambie Award winning Wind of Change.
She continues to build upon the success of Raedio’s beloved audio programming with the launch of The Scottie & Sylvia Show and season 2 Rap Sh!t companion podcast, Chat Sh!t.
Clarissa Reformina has over 15 years of music and entertainment experience. Her expertise lies in creating high-impact strategies for music, increasing exposure, cultural relevance, and revenue. Driven by her passion for creating positive change through entertainment and bringing more opportunities to diverse women and men, she continues to expand a vast network within music and entertainment companies globally. Clarissa is efficient in using data to optimize strategy and find new creative & unique opportunities. With over a decade of experience working at the top Hollywood agencies, she has a 360-degree approach in expanding brands in all entertainment verticals across music, film, TV, and short-form content. With her keen interest in technology, she enjoys creating operational efficiencies to scale businesses for growth.
Clarissa has a proven track record of working with entertainment and brands to optimize consumer engagement and increase success. She can identify talent early and work closely with their teams to develop their businesses worldwide. She has worked with Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Usher, Ne-Yo, Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, Playboi Carti, Brent Faiyaz, and others. She has created partnerships with Google, Instagram, Nike, Walmart, Honda, Anheuser Busch, and others.
Christina “Xtina” Prince is a New York based music industry executive. As the GM of Raedio, she spearheads the launch and development of the company's Label and Publishing roster, brand strategy and ecosystem. Xtina has 12+ years of industry experience that span across artist management, indie and major label A&R and Operations including creative delivery, finance and business affairs. Prior to joining Raedio, she spent 7 years at Universal Music Group and used her passion for development, experience in tech and artist relations to achieve long term new business and innovation goals within the powerhouse organization. A champion for artist development and advocate for resources and guidance for artists and women of color, she continues to use her relationships and expertise to further the careers of independent artists through consulting, planning and strategic partnerships.
As VP, Music Supervision & Library at Raedio, Sarah Bromberg handles music supervision for a myriad of film and television projects in addition to pitching a growing in-house library. Her career encompasses experience as not only a music supervisor, but also as a label manager and professor in between working on high-profile movies and series such as Starz’ P-Valley, Netflix’s film Someone Great, HBO’s Rap Sh!t more. In 2015, Sarah joined the team at Bonfire Collective under the leadership of founder Stephanie Diaz-Matos. Over the course of the next five years, her music supervision spanned The Get Down, the ABC series Grand Hotel, and the acclaimed documentary Crime + Punishment, which made its debut at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Becoming a member of the Raedio team in 2020, her projects have included the critically acclaimed Netflix series Naomi Osaka, Hulu’s Woke & HBO Max’s Sweet Life: Los Angeles for which she won the 2022 Guild of Music Supervisor award for outstanding music supervision in a reality series. Sarah was also nominated in 2023 for 4 GMS awards for her work on P-Valley S2, Sweet Life: Los Angeles S2 and Rap Sh!t. Sarah is an adjunct professor at Loyola University in New Orleans.“I always hope the music we’re placing strongly speaks the language of the project to the viewer,” she leaves off. “We’re creatively exploring what the movie or series is saying musically. Maybe the audience discovers something new afterwards. There’s nothing better than that.”
May Tsehay is an audio storyteller and podcast producer at Raedio. May initially got her start in the podcasting industry by attempting to be a host but quickly realized her passions and strengths lay behind the mic.
She has produced and edited over 1,500+ episodes. Some of her credits include season 1 of HBO’s companion podcast “Gilded Age”, See The Thing Is Podcast, Good Moms Bad Choices, Know For Sure Podcast, The Suga Podcast and Dark House Podcast.
Award-winning Music Supervisor Eric “Funky Cold” Medina has been involved in the music scene since a young age. He grew up in New Jersey playing the saxophone, and would write, record, and produce for local musicians in his town – primarily in hip-hop, r&b, and latin. Upon moving to Los Angeles, he worked on both the synch & licensing side for years before transitioning over to music supervision, getting his start in reality television. In 2021, Eric worked with Raedio’s VP of Music Supervision Sarah Bromberg on Sweet Life: Los Angeles Season 1, where they won a Guild of Music Supervision award for Best Music Supervision for Reality TV. Soon after, he officially joined the Raedio team, and has supervised series (both scripted and non-scripted), such as Queens (ABC), Promised Land (ABC), Project Greenlight (HBOMax), and Sweet Life: Los Angeles Season 2 (HBOMax) – to name a few. Outside of work you’ll find Eric dancing at a show, curating playlists, at a sports event, or enjoying time with friends at a local brewery. “Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand” – Stevie Wonder.
Napier first started at Raedio as a coordinator and rapidly climbed the ranks within the company, now serving as Raedio’s A&R Director and Product Manager. To date, Napier managed the release of Raedio/Atlantic Records artist Josh Levi’s debut EP album, DISC TWO. The Raedio executive also oversaw the amplification efforts of artist and songwriter Jae Stephen’s EP, High My Name Is and psychedelic R&B duo, GAWD's debut project, Cathedral City. Prior to his time at Raedio, Napier worked directly under William Morris Endeavor (WME) partners Brian Edelman, Peter Schwart, and Kevin Shivers where he supported music agent teams over an almost three-year tenure. Napier moved on shortly after to work briefly on award-winning Southern rap artist, Quavo’s day-to-day management team. Napier launched his music career as an assistant road manager for iconic NYC based rap duo, EPMD – all fueled by his family’s long legacy of musical passions which he pursued during college DJing on campus and across the east coast. A Long Island, NY native, Napier graduated from Princeton University. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
As a coordinator, Mandisa is the newest addition to the Raedio music supervision team! With a diverse background in the non-profit sector and film industry, Mandisa brings a unique perspective to an already dynamic team. As a coordinator, she is currently working on several exciting projects including Rap Sh!t Season 2 (HBO), Survival of the Thickest (Netflix), and We Were The Lucky Ones (Hulu). Before transitioning to the film industry, Mandisa spent several years working in the non-profit sector, gaining valuable skills in project management and communication. She then moved on to work as a production coordinator for a bi-coastal post-production sound studio, primarily focused on sound design, Foley, and re-recording for independent films and video games. It was during this time that Mandisa discovered her talent as a voice-over artist and has since lent her voice to multiple projects including e-learning and radio spots. Prior to joining the Raedio music supervision team, Mandisa worked as a coordinator on various projects including Kings of Napa (OWN), Andy Warhol Diaries (Netflix), and 9-1-1 (FOX).
With her years of experience in the music library space, Ariella leads Raedio's library division, which houses a series of 20+ collections created by diverse industry producers and composers. In addition, she's built a roster of select up-and-coming indie artists. Some placement credits include work with Nike, HBO, Starz, Netflix, Bounce TV, YouTube, + more.
Adept at project management and digital content production, Leslie Edwards supports the development of label artists as the Coordinator for Label & Publishing at Raedio. Some of her notable achievements include her involvement in the launch of Cathedral City, the debut project by the dynamic duo GAWD, and Rap Sh!t The Mixtape. Prior to Raedio, Edwards worked as the Social Media Manager & Digital Content Producer for Grammy-nominated rapper and musician JIDENNA. She traveled across North America and Africa with him, photographing and filming content, curating his social media, and executing digital marketing campaigns. Edwards’ versatile background spans various industries, including fashion, artist management, and digital media. Her previous clients include multi-Grammy Award-winning artist Anderson .Paak, The Free Nationals, Tanerélle, and more. A Texas native, Edwards graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Television, Radio & Film, and Information Technology. She currently resides in Dallas.
Having started her career in media production and archival research, Taelor Scott has loved supporting the Raedio team as a library coordinator. With a deep appreciation for the company's dynamic ear for storytelling, culture, and empathetic representation, Taelor enjoys facilitating sync artist liaisons, managing music assets, and helping craft and edit newsletter material for the library side.