Track current and prospective clients. Assist with special projects, research, and compiling information as needed.
Responsibilities include rolling calls, managing multiple schedules, setting meetings, covering scripts, interfacing with agents, lawyers, studio executives and producers.
Launch an IP group targeting both domestic and international sources for USG (i.e., books, articles, life rights, podcasts, formats, etc.) as well as identifying IP that aligns with talents creative requests.
Responsibilities include rolling calls, managing multiple schedules, setting meetings, and covering scripts.
Solicit appropriate development projects and evaluate new submissions, providing detailed coverage and/or script notes as needed. Oversee the pitch, acquisition and development process.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for scripted television and artist representation in the entertainment business as well as interest in international business development.
Liaising with agents, studio executives, writers, and executive producers as well as internal departments.
Maintain organizational system for tracking project materials, incoming submissions and other tasks/requests to ensure timely response and accurate record keeping.
Serve as first point of contact with clients, agents and executives. Provide significant script coverage for client pitches.
Develop new concepts for live action series that are aligned with companywide storytelling strategy and transmedia efforts.
Oversee existing development deals by providing creative feedback during the pitch/script development process, and seek out new talent (i.e. writers, animators, producers, agents, and creators) for development.
Duties include handling heavy phones, calendar management, scheduling travel, and booking reports. Read and engage with material proactively. Assist with special projects, research, and compiling information as needed.
Lead the creation, development, and production of original series for Nickelodeon and 3rd party platforms.
Have the ability to guide all creative aspects of the development process – vetting and screening pitches/submissions, identifying talent and mining IP.
The Assistant will provide support to an Agent in CAA’s Television Scripted Department representing directors, producers, writers and showrunners within the International space.