Two tapped to co-head WBTV biz
Adam Glick, Dan Limerick both former senior vpsAdam Glick and Dan Limerick have been tapped as the new co-heads of Warner Bros. Television's business affairs department.
The duo, both of whom were senior vp business affairs, take over day-to-day management of the business affairs unit from Brett Paul, who was upped last month to executive vp overseeing production, business affairs, legal, finance and operations. Glick and Limerick will be responsible for negotiating the company's deals with performers, producers, writers and directors for primetime series, miniseries and telefilms. They also oversee the business affairs staff.
"Adam and Dan are both highly effective yet fair-minded negotiators," Paul said. "Both possess collaborative instincts and maintain excellent relationships throughout our industry, making them true leaders of the business affairs department."
Glick, a nine-year veteran of the company, has served as the company's principal business affairs negotiator for WBTV-based Jerry Bruckheimer Television, working on series including "Without a Trace" and "Cold Case" as well as the upcoming drama "Eleventh Hour."
Limerick, who joined in the company in 2002, has been the business affairs point person and lead negotiator for several WBTV producers, including J.J. Abrams and Chuck Lorre. He also serves as the business affairs rep for shows including "Smallville," "Two and a Half Men" and the upcoming drama "Fringe."
Meanwhile, WBTV also has promoted Crystal Morales to vp business affairs, reporting to Glick and Limerick. She will serve as the business affairs point person for David E. Kelley's development and production efforts at WBTV as well as the Shephard/Robin Co. and McG's Wonderland Sound and Vision. Morales also handles business affairs for "The New Adventures of Old Christine," "The Closer," "Nip/Tuck" and new drama "Privileged."