Jeremy Zimmer
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Since co-founding United Talent Agency in 1991, Zimmer has led acquisitions including speakers bureau Greater Talent Network, independent music reppers The Agency Group and Circle Talent Agency, news and reality agency N.S. Bienstock and e-sports and gaming companies Press X and Everyday Influencers. In the wake of #MeToo, he was one of the first Hollywood execs to declare a reexamination of corporate culture, sending a companywide missive entitled “2017 — That Happened, Now What?” Zimmer, with co-presidents David Kramer and Jay Sures, recently led the strategic sale of minority stakes in UTA to Investcorp and PSP Investments and spearheaded UTA’s stake in CORE Media (now Industrial Media), facilitating its acquisition of The Intellectual Property Corporation. He also established the nonprofit UTA Foundation to encourage employee volunteerism. 


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UTA's Jeremy Zimmer Weighs YouTube Against Growing Options

UTA's Jeremy Zimmer Weighs YouTube Against Growing Options

The growth of platforms like Facebook and Snapchat has UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer considering his options versus YouTube as the leading digital video hub faces new challenges.The talent agency chief addressed the shifting landscape Wednesday at the Code Media conference in Dana Point, Calif., alongside Robert Kyncl, global head of content and business operations at YouTube, who made the case that there's plenty of room for competition even as his own company continues to grow even faster than his own...


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