And by the way, DC Entertainment is hiring in publicity, development, online, etc etc

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Along those same lines, DC’s Burbank office is totally ramping up — although not in editorial, where the biggest defection is coming. and in some pretty big jobs — a VP of Development, a VP of publicity (possibly the position Alex Segura’svacated when he went back to Archie?) Even interns if you want to be the next Joe Kubert or Paul Levitz.

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Of all these, the VP, Development sounds the most interesting—it’s a lot like Gregory Noveck’s old position, but souped up for the media era:
  • Supports portfolio/publishing development and synergy for DC Comics, Vertigo and MAD Magazine, working alongside CCO and Franchise Management.

  • Works directly with Publishing to insure synergy within company.

  • Reviews proposals, outlines and scripts from editorial, determining their media potential.

  • Keeps Creative Affairs team current, informed and involved in development across all divisions and helps in transition from development to production.

  • Writes and develops pitches, character and concept summaries based on DC Comics properties for all DCE platforms.

  • Reviews archives for under-utilized assets in order to capitalize on market trends and popularity.

  • Works on the strategic slate of development in television, animation, film, games, digital programming, theme parks and live theater including the following:

  • •Cable: Internal strategic slate planning, expanded to external development to pilot.

  • •Network television: Internal strategic slate planning, expanded to external development to pilot.

  • •In live action television, specifically, discusses and provides notes regarding character usage looking at the entire DCE portfolio and makes recommendations for modifications as appropriate.

  • •Represents DCE in local television and other relevant WB strategic development meetings. •Animation: Internal strategic slate planning, including Direct-To-Videos.

  • •Film: Internal strategic slate planning.

  • •Video Games: Internal strategic slate planning. •

  • Digital: Internal strategic development slate.

  • •Theme Park: Strategic development slate, working with VP, Creative Services.

  • •Live Theatrical Ventures: Development.

  • Organizes and prioritizes work of self and subordinates.

  • Maintains DCE synergy on all projects.

  • Researches and coordinates various projects as assigned.

  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • College degree in Media or other applicable related field.
  • College degree in Art or related field or equivalent professional experience desired.
  • Minimum of 8+ years’ professional experience required in television development/production.
  • Experience with writing notes on treatments/scripts/outlines/concept documents required.
  • Experience with character, story and property long-term planning required.
  • Previous experience managing others required.
  • In depth knowledge of television industry, including the development and production processes.
  • Ability to create and develop written materials.
  • Must be a conceptual thinker.
  • Proven and effective collaboration and relationship building skills.
  • Familiarity with current DCE projects.
  • Proven and effective supervisory skills.
  • Proven and effective organizational skills.
  • Proven and effective problem-solving and team building skills.
  • Must be able to maintain project confidentiality.
  • Must be enthusiastic, energetic and a team player.
  • Must be flexible.
  • Must be able to handle multiple tasks.
  • Must have the ability to work under time constraints and work independently.
  • Work extends beyond traditional work hours.

Comments

  1. Attique says:

    There is a spelling mistake in the title.

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