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Music & Media Licensing negotiates costs and secures rights for music and other media used in programming. They research and review copyright ownership information, draft and prepare music licensing contracts for execution and analyze programming rights information for internal and external clients. There are 4 main areas of workflow within Music & Media Licensing: Licensing, Clip & Still Licensing Strategy, Music Strategy and Operations.
Digital Media (social) works to optimize media for all social platforms and help create buzz around new season launches. They draft editorial content, manage creation for our web and mobile applications and engage fans in the digital space. They are responsible for the digital presence of our shows.
Marketing & Partner Solutions (Ad Sales) is a leading innovative Ad Sales organization that delivers the advertising revenue across all Viacom cable TV networks using state of the art research, data, partner marketing, and sales strategy approaches. They work across all media platforms – TV, digital, social, experiential/live events, emerging platforms; and all audiences. Overall this department helps drive brand value, manages channel priorities, meets distribution opportunities, increases revenue and considers cross channel goals.
Marketing communicates the value of each network to viewers and the cable community in general. There are various areas within marketing that contribute to the overall impact of the networks' message.
Communications/Public Relations communicates the company's strategic vision both externally and internally; and generates awareness of the channel, driving tune-in to our programming and enhancing the image of our brands through media outreach. They connect with our audiences by telling compelling, consistent and profound stories that ultimately build brand advocacy. They draft press releases, pitch letters, tune-in alerts, programming notes, press strategies and more. These teams may also assist with talent press days, red carpet events and tentpoles.
Creative Development handles the creation of digital and linear projects from initial pitch to premiere. This could include scripted, unscripted series, specials, docs and short form stunts. These teams work with writers, producers and show runners to create content that utilizes new storytelling formats and new production models.
Productionlog/transcribe footage, dub media, handle production runs, research/brainstorm and attend field and studio shoots/edits when available. Production areas include the following types of shows:
- Creative/Promos- Produce promotional videos/spots and news segments. It is short-form or "commercial" production.
- Series- 1/2-1 hour long formatted shows. This includes documentary-style or longer formatted production.
Production Management handles the business and operational side of production. They are responsible for creating and managing show budgets. Once a show's creative is determined, production management makes these ideas happen. They track show costs and perform logistical duties such as scheduling, hiring, scouting and processing payment. They support production both in the field (on set) and in the office.