Skip Chasey Joins WME’s Television Business Affairs Department

Comes over from Imagine Television

Skip Chasey, former EVP at Imagine Television, has joined WME’s television Business Affairs Department.

Chasey had been with Imagine for 15 years and played a pivotal role in growing Imagine’s television arm and oversaw negotiations for series like “24,” “Arrested Development” and “Parenthood.”

He also shares a WME connection, having helped structured the deals of WME clients Aaron Sorkin and Pete Berg for shows Imagine was involved with.

At WME, Chasey will work with Catherine Sugar, Head of TV Business Affairs at WME, and the company’s Scripted and Non-Scripted Television Departments, overseeing development agreements and strategic negotiations for clients.

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