I support the team in their marketing plans for both upcoming TV and Family Entertainment releases and past shows in the TV catalogue. I help with keeping schedules up to date, working with the digital team to keep the website refreshed, raising purchase orders and just generally supporting the team as required.
The role involves a lot of internal communication between different markets as well as within the team. I help create marketing & PR materials and distribute them to EMEA markets. Daily internal interactions often include assets requests from local teams, so I ensure our asset library is organised. Main projects are related to new show launches - I help organise and host press junkets with show creators and talents, draft press releases and coordinate orders of branded products.
On a day-to-day basis I am supporting the WB UK supply chain primarily through reporting and analysis, whether this be documenting our weekly shipment figures or identifying products where demand is beating current supply. I am responsible for raising Purchase Orders as well as managing WB stock across huge retail sites such as Amazon. Recent projects have included improving the cost efficiency of packaging for our larger boxsets, which helped save significant production costs.
As a member of our team you will be an integral part of helping us to create and produce some of the following assets: Packaging for all our game titles globally Pack shots End slates Sales sheet Advertising sheets Marketing Assets for Online Stores Merchandising and Comp Analysis Point of Sale Purchase orders You will get the opportunity to work with members of other departments within Warner Bros as well as liaise with 1st Party’s, Translation Agencies, Design agencies and merchadise companies.
My days vary a lot on what our clients needs are but on a day-to-day basis my main responsibilities involve fulfilling our clients requests for assets, granting permissions to our B2B site, requesting screener access, assisting my managers with any presentations or projects they might need my help with, tracking our EMEA clients air dates and keeping up with the industry.
Working with the Trade Marketing Manager on all exhibitor activity ranging from point of sale to promotions and events including all format partner activity (IMAX, Real D and Dolby). Manage all exhibitor social media promotional activity. Work closely with the Creative Services team and brief all exhibitor campaign creative, managing timelines and approvals to ensure timely delivery to all our partners. Participate in regular partner meetings to discuss ideas and plans for upcoming titles.
I work with retailers to ensure that all of our campaigns are set up effectively in-store, this can involve POS and posters. I also ensure that our set-up online is effective through the use of the correct packshots, A+ Content and banners. I carry out weekly tasks that help us to manage retailers and offer customers our services in the best way possible.
My remit is pretty broad, as I have to liaise with different department: Part of my job is handling the content proposals we receive daily, I save and create an archive with the materials we receive, then I review it to see if the titles proposed could be a match for our channels. The content we feel could be interesting is shared across EMEA with the programmers and once they send me their comments I collate them in a feedback for the distributors. Another part of my role is helping with all information sharing regarding the acquired titles, so I share information with marketing, dubbing and digital team as the main point of contact between the licensor and our department. Lastly, I help draft contracts, manual invoices and internal docs and presentations.
o Provide marketing support to the Franchise Managers which can vary between each activity o Create and keep up to date franchise presentations o Check reports and schedules are kept updated accordingly o Track budget management o Look for opportunities that could have the potential to generate revenue o Manage diaries and expenses for the team o Adhoc tasks
As a member of the small Business Operations unit, my role includes leading meetings for wider teams, pre-planning agenda and coordinating with team mates. Keeping information organized and up to date via our systems. And using creativity a times to come up with designs for these systems to keep it all up to date.
I attend daily stand up meetings, weekly production & post production meetings, then I get assigned daily tasks by my manager or seniors on any area that they require assistance on which tends to be story or talent research, fact checking, contributing to story ideas, assistant in the post production department sourcing images/footage, updating documents that are under my management etc.
On a daily basis my intern colleague and I have to deal with Barclays requests as we are Barclays Admins, this could be anything from transaction approvals to new user creation. I would update my managers about my tasks lined up for the day and keep them updated on my progress. My role involves a lot of work on SAP (accounting software), OneSource (Statutory Accounts Production Software) and Excel on a daily basis.
My role varies every day which keeps it interesting. What I'll be doing depends on what projects we're currently working on. For example, it could be assisting in briefing in YouTube videos to support priority brands, pulling data to help decide what marketing support certain brands need etc.
I assist the finance team with financial reports and forecasts, helping to shape business decisions. I extract actuals data using a range of different sources and help with forecasting for the future. On a day to day basis I work extensively with Excel to extract and present data. Every week I will use a program called Power BI in order to create a report on our revenue. I also have frequent calls with my manager and peers to ensure the accuracy of my reporting.
The role of the intern is primarily to provide ad hoc TV ratings to marketing, production or sales. The rest of the time is spent on daily, weekly and monthly reports to either track or provide more in depth analysis of how shows are doing. Daily reports include gathering interesting industry news which gives you a good commercial awareness.
A few examples of tasks to do daily are: Excel data work, inputting deals into salesforce, communicating with external digital accounts, as well as a lot of internal communication with a variety of other teams in Home Entertainment. Ultimately you are assisting the digital sales team with maximising sales of all of our content through promotions and partner support, both catalogue and new release.