Job Description :
This job will take ownership of various projects relating to the business, legal and financial needs specific to Broadcast, Print and Digital/Social production. This includes but is not limited to, trafficking of media, production and talent contracting, budget decision making, contracting and licensing of third-party materials, and maintaining superior knowledge of the SAG/AFTRA commercial contract as it relates to specific productions. Responsible for all aspects of the business management of production and the management of talent payments and residuals, expedite external broadcast trafficking workflow, manage production scripts and oversee the operational processes to coordinate and release broadcast quality materials to television & radio stations.
- Traffic finished TV/Radio spots to air; works with Media teams to coordinate traffic instructions between the internal agency and our media partners. Follow up to ensure that traffic instructions have been received/confirmed by stations.
- Serve as advisor on all performance union (SAG-AFTRA) and non-union rules and regulations. Generate talent estimates and provides guidance on most cost-effective ways of managing talent residual budgets. Oversee talent transfer of rights to new agency partners or assists in transferring rights from old agency partners .
- Work with Producer/PM to provide accurate production estimates. Oversee all broadcast production and talent residual billing duties, reviews all changes for accuracy, transfers/resolves any inaccurate charges, routes billing to account management for approval and then to finance for billing. Research and resolve broadcast billing-related questions from staff, clients, vendors or performers. Support Producer/PM to manage vendors and talent on assigned projects – create purchase orders, monitor actual vs. budgeted costs.
- Interface positively with operations vendors and internal team members in support of production and projects. Manage vendor performance to contractual expectations within scope of responsibility. Create crew deal memos, nonstandard contracts, licenses and releases when pro-forma documents are not sufficient. work with procurement and legal to Issue production contracts and music rights agreements.
- Other duties as assigned or requested.
- Bachelors Degree in Marketing, Advertising or Communications
- Six (6) years or relevant, progressive experience in lieu degree
- 3 years as a Broadcast Producer in a creative agency.
- 5 years as a Broadcast Producer in a creative agency.
LICENSES or CERTIFICATIONS
- Computer literate with proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, with the ability to learn new computer platforms
- Knowledge of broadcast production and post production
- Communication and conflict-resolution skills
- Resourcefulness and adaptability
Language (Other than English):
0% – 25%
PHYSICAL, MENTAL DEMANDS and WORKING CONDITIONS
Teaches / trains others regularly
Does Not Apply
Travel regularly from the office to various work sites or from site-to-site
Works primarily out-of-the office selling products/services (sales employees)
Physical work site required
Lifting: up to 10 pounds
Lifting: 10 to 25 pounds
Lifting: 25 to 50 pounds
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