Responsibilities include maintaining calendar, rolling calls, updating phone sheets, identifying material to develop and reading and providing notes on projects in development.
You will be able to do Creative work on projects and learn to write and design high-level pitch materials.
Duties include script reading and research, creating pitch docs, rolling calls, coordinating travel, scheduling, etc.
Must have great relationships with buyers, agents, streamers, networks and knowhow to pitch clients.
The coordinator will participate in the development of all scripted programming from concept to series.
Interns will evaluate material, research various projects, and learn how to pitch.
Duties include but are not limited to: managing correspondences, scheduling meetings/maintaining admin schedules, managing the personal asset database, and transcribing creative notes.
Ideal candidate would have three to five years of experience in coordination of scheduling meetings/pitches, with a background in creating pitch decks and sizzles for TV projects.
While the debate continues over whether or not Deadpool will receive any Oscar love, The People’s Choice Awards is happy to show the actioner the love, as the film picked up wins for Favorite Action Movie and Favorite Movie Actor.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Pitch rectifies a few of its earlier melodramatic mistakes with “Scratch,” but still fails to live up to its feminist potential. Dealing with trade clauses, romantic possibilities, and miscommunication, the episode recaptures a sliver of its original “uplifting sports story” style.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Pitch makes as much melodrama as possible in “Unstoppable Forces & Immovable Objects,” with sketchy relatives asking for money, pressuring people towards trades, and leanings towards a romance that does not need to be there.
As we head into a season of indie films and critical darlings fighting for a few awards season nominations, the 2017 People’s Choice Awards has released their list of nominees, celebrating the big hits that gained pop culture notoriety over the past year.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Pitch drops the ball on telling its first feminist story in weeks, but resolves the minimal conflict without controversy. In other news: baseball players get old and petty about the youngsters coming up behind them to replace them.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Pitch gets psychological this week in “Wear It” when Ginny folds under the pressure of living up to her public persona. Juxtaposing a public party with a night on the town with normal girls, this episode is a step in the right direction for the series.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Pitch uses the MLB trade deadline as an opportunity to give baseball players some human empathy and instead makes a big sloppy mess. Ginny comes away seeming spoiled and unsympathetic and the show in general mishandles its baseball details.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Pitch‘s “Beanball” mixes an unnecessarily compromising romance plot with a baseball feud, resulting in a patchy episode that teeters too close to sexist narrative tropes for comfort. Ultimately, the bones of the show are still good but the side plot feels like a judgmental detour.