Warner Bros. Television Restructures Business Affairs Unit
Adam Glick will move over to Warner Horizon Television, while Dan Limerick is upped to the sole head of WBTV business affairs.
Warner Bros. Television is re-structuring its business affairs management team. Dan Limerick has been upped to the sole head of WBTV business affairs with responsibility for day-to-day operations of the unit, while Adam Glick will move over to Warner Horizon Television (WHTV) in the newly created role of executive vp for business affairs.
Previously Limerick and Glick were co-heads of business affairs at WBTV.
The announcement was made Wednesday by Peter Roth, president, Warner Bros. Television; Brett Paul, executive vp, Warner Bros. Television, who oversees both divisions’ business and production operations; and Craig Erwich, executive vp, WHTV.
“Both Dan and Adam have distinguished themselves as supremely effective negotiators who have represented Warner Bros. Television with distinction and integrity,” said Paul in a statement.
Additionally, Carlos Williams will move from Warner Horizon Television to Warner Bros. Television business affairs as the new senior vp in that department.
WBTV currently produces nearly 30 series including top-rated comedies 2 Broke Girls, The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men for CBS, as well as dramas The Mentalist, Harry’s Law and JJ Abrams’ Person of Interest and Alcatraz.
WHTV has ten series on the air including NBC’s The Voice, ABC’s Bachelor and Bachelorette franchises and Pretty Little Liars and The Lying Game for ABC Family.
Glick, said Erwich in a statement, “has clearly become one of the industry’s top studio business affairs executives, and the combination of his skill set and extraordinary relationships in the industry will be invaluable as he lends WHTV his advice and counsel and leads the business affairs team in a time of real growth for this division.”