“Julian will work alongside the founders of expand Doodles IP through music, gaming, and entertainment, while deeply integrating culture into the product,” Doodles tweeted on Friday afternoon.
“In the coming weeks, we will introduce you to the next phase of Doodles — Groundbreaking projects, transformative partnerships and a full reveal of our vision & roadmap,” the tweets continue.
Holguin also confirmed the news on his own Twitter account.
Last night, Billboard officially announced that Holguin would be stepping down as president. Holguin joined the company in 2012 as Vice President of Brand Partnerships, after previous stints at BBC, NBC, and New York Daily News, according to his LinkedIn.
Prior to Holguin’s promotion as president of Billboard in January of last year, he was head of sales and partnerships for MRC Entertainment.