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VP, Business Affairs, Peacock
The Vice President, Business Affairs will be primarily responsible for negotiating development and production deals on behalf of Peacock in connection with original programming services. Negotiations will include, but not be limited to, the following: writers, producers, directors, actors, underlying rights, license agreements, co-productions, digital media, etc. This individual will report to the SVP, Business Affairs.
Negotiate for Peacock on all aspects of development, licensing, and production deals for scripted programming with talent agents and attorneys (including profit participation).
Handle day-to-day business affairs issues for current programming.
Review budgets and other financial data associated with the development and production of such programming.
Draft short-form deal memos and test option agreements, as well as review long-form agreements for accuracy of terms negotiated and coordination of payment authorizations.
Interface and coordinate with the following departments: creative, production, labor, casting, legal, promotions, publicity, finance, music, distribution, marketing, business development, and digital media.
Minimum 10 years professional experience at a major law firm or media company.
Juris Doctorate (JD)
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel
Minimum 3 years relevant experience negotiating television development/production deals in a business affairs department at a media company and/or entertainment legal practice strongly preferred.
Prior experience negotiating between studio and network/SVOD platforms strongly preferred.
Working knowledge of WGA, SAG, AFTRA and DGA rules strongly preferred.
Strong professional relationships with talent representatives and business/legal affairs executives.
Strong and effective negotiating skills.
Good business judgment and confidence.
Excellent drafting and analytical skills.
Excellent attention to detail.
Ability to work well in a fast-paced, deadline intensive in-house environment.
Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact effectively with a range of personalities and styles and establish productive relationships at all levels of the organization.
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