The Coordinator, Multiplatform Programming supports the Programming team in executing and implementing programming and promotional strategies across all platforms. In addition, this role assists with all REVOLT scheduling needs on linear and digital channels, including international feeds, VOD, OTT partners, web, app, etc. This position reports to the VP, Multiplatform Programming & Promotional Strategy.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in strategizing the linear program schedule for REVOLT – from daily to quarterly – including identifying optimal premiere slots, developing strong depart blocks, and creating innovative stunts and/or programming opportunities for Ad Sales.

  • Assist in building and maintaining the linear schedule in WideOrbit Program. Ensure all program information (episode rollout, titles, descriptions, ratings, etc.) is accurate and updated.

  • Assist in scheduling all REVOLT platforms, including international feeds, VOD, OTT, web, app, etc. QC platforms as needed.

  • Work closely with the Distribution and Affiliate Marketing teams to stay abreast of pending distribution deals, help with on-boarding for new partners, fulfill affiliate agreements, and brainstorm innovative VOD promotional opportunities.

  • Perform schedule changes when needed, and communicate changes to relevant parties.

  • Execute promo & program changes with Encompass. Assist with troubleshooting playlist issues

    that may occur outside of work hours.

  • Help identify compelling clips from upcoming programs. Oversee creation, approval, and

    delivery of requested clips from in-house editors.

  • Assist in updating and distributing programming-related grids to the company, including weekly

    grids, program listings, generic grids, and quarterly program air calendars.

  • Create and distribute programming one-sheets and rollouts for new programs or major

    programming initiatives.

  • Internally, act as a liaison to all teams regarding REVOLT’s upcoming programming and

    initiatives. Externally, develop and maintain relationships with outside parties including

    WideOrbit, Encompass, Gracenote, Rovi, Vubiquity, etc.

  • Stay informed about the competitive TV, music, political, and pop culture landscape and identify

    emerging trends and opportunities for growth and business development.

 

Administration Support:

  • Scheduling meetings

  • Coordinating travels

  • Submitting expenses

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Minimum 2 – 4 years of relevant television industry experience.

  • Experience in TV scheduling software, content management systems, and VOD scheduling is a

    strong plus.

  • Must have strong technical skills with expertise in Excel, PowerPoint and other Office

    applications.

  • Must have very strong organizational and decision-making skills, as well as an eye for detail.

  • Must be a self-starter who can work independently but also can collaborate with others.

  • Must be able to follow up on projects through completion.

  • Must be able to multi-task, work well under pressure, provide innovative solutions, and hit

    deadlines.

  • Must be able to communicative effectively with others, both inside and outside of the company,

    and cultivate and maintain healthy business relationships with co-workers and partners.

  • Must have a positive attitude and must be passionate about TV, music, and pop culture.

 

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