• Manager, Program Scheduling - Paramount Network

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Paramount Network
    iCIMS ID
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Program Scheduling Manager will report to the Sr. Manager of Programming and will also take daily direction from the Sr. Director & VP of Program Scheduling. You will manage and execute operational responsibilities related to the scheduling of Paramount Network Linear Domestic, Canada & Caribbean.


    Program Scheduling & Operations Responsibilities: 

    • Work with Program Scheduling team to execute schedule and revisions to linear program schedules – Domestic, Canada & Caribbean
    • Create and update episodic metadata in PTS for originals, acquired series and movies
    • Handle scheduling of all acquired series
    • Track and maintain Canada and Caribbean movie rights
    • Manage monthly movie timings and screen end credits
    • Manage network SharePoint site; uploading docs and working with creative on artwork
    • Prepare necessary NOC documents and contingency for sports related live events and tentpoles
    • Upload high profile events to NOC SharePoint site and update as needed
    • Track end credits for all long-form content – originals, acquired series and movies
    • Screen, research and create episode schedules for stunts and events
    • Download and save all originals & acquisitions deliverables documents to corresponding folders on the shared drive
    • Enter & update off-the-clock times in PTS when needed
    • Actively participate in user acceptance testing and training for WhatsON scheduling software
    • Train interns as needed

    Communications Responsibilities: 

    • Assist Sr. Manager with composing cover email & distributing linear schedules – domestic, Canada & Caribbean - internally and to all listings providers
    • Serve as point of contact for listings services & ensure external press listings are accurate and up-to-date for all premieres
    • Communicate scheduling information to acquisitions distributors
    • During originals premiere cycles, send weekly NOC high profile email(s)
    • Maintain program scheduling email distribution lists and SharePoint access

    Basic Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree preferably in film, communications, or media
    • Minimum 2-3 years of experience in program scheduling or research at a cable network

    Additional Qualifications

    • Knowledgeable in Excel, Word and program scheduling systems (PTS, Wide Orbit, etc.)


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