Exec to continue brokering deals for current programs, pilots

HOLLYWOOD — Adam Glick has negotiated himself a promotion to VP of business affairs for Warner Bros. TV.

Glick, who had been director of business affairs for the studio, will continue to broker deals for current programs and pilots, while serving as lead WBTV rep on studio projects from producer Jerry Bruckheimer and the skeins “Maybe It’s Me” and “Off Centre.”

He reports to WBTV business affairs senior veeps Karen Cease and Brett Paul.

“Adam’s keen business judgment and collaborative nature make him an effective deal maker and valued member of our department,” Cease and Paul said in a joint statement. “We are pleased to offer Adam this opportunity and look forward to his continuing contribution in his new elevated position.”

Glick has been at WBTV since 1999. Before that he was director of legal and music affairs at Carsey-Werner-Mandabach. His career began as a legal intern in the U.S. Attorney’s office.

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