Warner Bros. TV business affairs exec Adam Glick has been named senior VP of the department, where he’ll continue to oversee financial matters on several of the studio’s high-profile series.
Glick reports to Warner Bros. TV exec VP Brett Paul.
The exec’s duties include handling a variety of business affairs issues for Warner Bros. TV. Glick remains the business affairs department’s chief point man on its productions with Jerry Bruckheimer TV, including “Without a Trace,” “Cold Case” and new series “Close to Home,” “The E-Ring” and “Just Legal.”
Glick joined Warner Bros. TV in 1999 and was named VP of business affairs in February 2002.
Paul called Glick “a highly effective dealmaker” whose “astute business sense and innate leadership qualities make him a valued member” of the department.
Glick joined Warner Bros. TV from Carsey-Werner, where he was director of legal and music business affairs. He was also an associate at the firm Pregerson, Richman & Luna.