Glick, Limerick to top business affairs
Adam Glick and Dan Limerick have been tapped to co-head the business affairs department at Warner Bros. Television.
The two will report to Brett Paul, who was recently promoted to exec VP (Daily Variety, July 2) and oversees the business affairs and production operations for the TV side of the studio.
Glick and Limerick will jointly manage the day-to-day operations of WBTV’s business affairs unit, responsible for negotiating the company’s deals with performers, producers, writers and directors.
Also announced was Crystal Morales’ promotion to VP in business affairs.
Glick has spent nine years at WB and has worked closely with skeins from WB-based Jerry Bruckheimer Television. Previously, Glick was a director of business affairs at the Carsey Werner Co.
Limerick joined WB in 2002 and has been a lead negotiator for the studio, negotiating with producers such as Chuck Lorre and J.J. Abrams.