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Glick, Limerick to Co-Head WBTV Business Affairs

Aug 19, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Warner Bros. Television has appointed Adam Glick and Dan Limerick as co-heads of the company’s business affairs department. Mr. Glick and Mr. Limerick both currently serve as senior VP of business affairs for WBTV.
They will be responsible for the division’s business affairs activities, including managing negotiations with actors and behind-the-scenes talent.
In his nine years with WBTV, Mr. Glick has held the titles of director, vice president and senior VP of business affairs. He has been the company’s principal business affairs negotiator for the WBTV-based Jerry Bruckheimer Television.
Mr. Limerick joined WBTV in 2002 as director of business affairs. He has been the lead negotiator for WBTV producers including J.J. Abrams and Chuck Lorre, in addition to serving as WBTV’s business representative on “Smallville,” “Two and a Half Men,” “One Tree Hill,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” and the upcoming series “Fringe.”
Additionally, Crystal Morales has been promoted to vice president of business affairs. She will be the business affairs representative for David E. Kelley’s development and production projects at WBTV, the Shephard/Robin Co. and McG’s Wonderland Sound & Vision.
“Adam and Dan are both highly effective yet fair-minded negotiators. Both possess collaborative instincts and maintain excellent relationships throughout our industry, making them true leaders of the business affairs department,” said Brett Paul, the company’s executive VP, who oversees the division’s business and production operations. “I am so pleased to be able to reward their efforts with this latest recognition and look forward to their continued great work together as partners atop what continues to be a remarkable group of business affairs executives.
“At the same time, we are happy to reward Crystal for her important contributions to the department. Crystal’s background as a sophisticated transactional lawyer has served the department well in the continuously evolving TV landscape, and she is emerging as an important member of the business affairs team,” Mr. Paul said.
(3:45 p.m.: Updated areas of oversight in second paragraph)

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