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Work with Topic Studios executives and producers to develop and/or vet budgets and production plans for Fiction and Nonfiction TV shows, Films, podcasts, and Documentary features that are in development, pre-production, and under consideration as potential investment.
Lead a team tasked with the development and execution of new video formats, ensuring all video content produced by TMB teams (for all brands) meets the needs of the business and achieves results across all channels—social, steaming and website.
Key responsibilities include managing slate of projects, seeking out new projects in both Television and Film; working with talent to develop projects and searching out & developing relationships with new talent.
Generates ideas for new show concepts and characters. Hear and respond to pitches; evaluate new project submissions to assess their value as it relates to the creative direction
Work with writers to develop ideas and concepts that are viable for the slate and to sell concepts and materials to various linear network and streaming partners.
Generate creative notes for projects in active development as well as Current Series.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama department.
The ideal candidate for this position possesses a deep understanding of how a successful Television show is crafted and strong creative instincts for identifying compelling creative opportunities.
Responsible for a variety of programs and processes in early stage that will need to be defined and built in order to ensure the Content & Programming team’s operations and planning processes are optimized for success.
Work closely with show runners and staff, including verticals (digital, branding, etc.) on top-to-bottom production issues during all phases of production.
Responsibilities include managing all aspects of development slate, actively sourcing material and writing coverage for scripts and books.
The successful candidate will be responsible for growing the Los Angeles Times’ presence in unscripted and scripted Film, Television, and Digital Media.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama Department.
The Creative Executive role helps shepherd the early development process for Animated feature Films and Disney+ streaming content.
Responsible for stewarding, scaling, and innovating the creation of compelling social media deliverables across brand channels and original titles in support of growing brand awareness, subscriber acquisition, and platform revenue.
Partner with a cross section of our premium global talent deals (writers, directors, actors and producers) to architect their slates of content. Identify, shape, package, set up and develop projects