Children's Development & Programming Executive

Employer
Location
Studio City
Posted
Oct 10, 2012
Closes
Nov 09, 2012
Duration
Full Time
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Headquartered in Seattle, WA Amazon has more than 65, 600 employees worldwide, operating in 12 countries and traded publicly on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol AMZN. Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover virtually anything they want to buy online. By giving customers more of what they want - low prices, vast selection, and convenience - Amazon.com continues to grow and evolve as a world-class e-commerce platform.

Consider becoming a part of the Amazon team and help to develop essential content and programs that are implemented throughout Amazon and our customers worldwide.

Position Summary:
Amazon Studios is a movie and series production company in Los Angeles, CA. We are seeking a series development executive. Projects will primarily come from Amazon Studios.

We are looking for a Children's Development & Programming Executive to develop half hour children's series for online and traditional distribution across multiple demographics. The ideal candidate knows children's television, has successfully developed children's series in the past, has a strong network of artists and writers, understands the issues that arise in development and production of animated and live action series, and wants to closely work with writers and artists to develop original series.

Our Children's Development & Programming Executive Duties & Responsibilities will include:
- Assess pilot proposals
- Work with writers and artists to develop series ideas
- Manage budget and deals associated with development and production
- Staff, cast and produce pilots in a cost-efficient way
- Supervise series production

- Bachelor's degree
- 5+ years of succesful series development and/or current programming experience, in children's television

- Broad network of writers, artists and studios

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