Between November 1st and November 30th, we tracked a total of 23 new feature specs out on the market. November tends to be a mixed bag year over year. This month traditionally marks the end of the literary calendar where most agents and managers are wrapping up going out with new material.
This position will be supporting two executives (VP and Executive Director of Content Development, Drama) with very busy calendars, managing call sheets, making travel arrangements, processing expense reports, liaising between departments, etc.
Field pitches, identify trends, and help establish the strategic development goals for the Drama department.
The successful candidate will have the ability to complete administrative tasks and projects quickly with little to no guidance.
Seek out, assess and acquire Intellectual Property in a variety of formats. Recruit top-tier new talent on an as-needed basis.
This is a high volume desk in the middle of the busy broadcast season. Grids, scheduling, and other traditional assistant duties.
The team will develop projects from inception of idea to series by hearing pitches, reading spec scripts, identifying available IP, crafting and delivering notes to executive producers, and communicating creative direction between network and studios and production companies.