Janet Billig Rich, President of Manage This Media, is an artist manager, music supervisor, producer, and Tony Award-nominated Broadway theater producer. Janet started her career working at Caroline Records and Gold Mountain Entertainment, where she managed or publicized bands such as Smashing Pumpkins, Hole, White Zombie, Nirvana, The Breeders, The Lemonheads, Lisa Loeb, Walt Mink, and Dinosaur Jr. She became the youngest senior executive at Atlantic Records in the mid-1990s, where she developed artists such as Sugar Ray, Matchbox 20, and Jewel. She currently operates the Los Angeles entertainment company Manage This! where she oversees the music and acting career of Lisa Loeb, as well as her Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection.
With Manage This!, Billig Rich has either produced or served as music supervisor for shows such as Rocked with Gina Gershon, #1 Single with Lisa Loeb, What Remains, Pretty Persuasion, Pretty Things, The Biz, The Fashionista Diaries, Surfwise, Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane, See You in September, and Barry Munday. She co-produced and handled music licensing for the Tony-nominated Broadway play Rock of Ages.
Billig Rich was the musical supervisor of Netflix's 2016 film, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead, and another documentary called STEP from Fox Searchlight set for release in Summer 2017. In addition, she held that same position for the March 2017 Muscle Milk television commercial, and was music producer for the TV spot for the Alaska Virgin Airlines merger.
In 2011, Billboard Magazine nominated her as one of the top 40 "Women in Music.