(January 23, 2012 – Burbank, CA) — Warner Bros. Television has re-organized its business affairs management team with a series of promotions and new assignments for three of its key executives serving both the Warner Bros. Television and Warner Horizon Television production units: Adam Glick has been promoted and tapped for a newly created Executive Vice President position at Warner Horizon Television, Dan Limerick has been promoted to serve as sole head of business affairs at Warner Bros. Television, and Carlos Williams will move into a new Senior Vice President position at Warner Bros. Television. The announcement was made today by Peter Roth, President, Warner Bros. Television; Brett Paul, Executive Vice President, Warner Bros. Television, who oversees both divisions’ business and production operations; and Craig Erwich, Executive Vice President, Warner Horizon Television.
• In the newly created role of Executive Vice President, Business Affairs, Warner Horizon Television, Adam Glick will oversee all business affairs operations of the rapidly growing WHTV division, with 10 current series — including unscripted programs The Voice for NBC, The Bachelor franchise (“The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor Pad”) for ABC and “Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew” for MTV, as well as scripted dramas “Rizzoli & Isles” and the forthcoming “Dallas” for TNT, “Pretty Little Liars” and “The Lying Game” for ABC Family and the upcoming “Longmire” for A&E — and a robust slate of projects in development. Immediately prior to Glick’s being named to this post, Glick and Limerick were both Senior Vice Presidents and shared the position as Co-Head of Business Affairs at WBTV.
• Limerick has been promoted to his new role as Executive Vice President, Business Affairs, Warner Bros. Television, and will oversee all business affairs operations for one of the television industry’s largest suppliers of primetime programming to the broadcast network and cable marketplace. WBTV is currently producing nearly 30 series, including comedies such as “2 Broke Girls,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “The Middle,” “Mike & Molly,” “Suburgatory” and “Two and a Half Men,” as well as dramas such as “Alcatraz,” “The Closer,” “Fringe,” “Gossip Girl,” “Harry’s Law,” “The Mentalist,” “Person of Interest,” “Supernatural” and “The Vampire Diaries,” among many others. Limerick most recently served as Senior Vice President and Co-Head (with Glick) of Business Affairs at WBTV. Limerick will now solely manage the day-to-day operations of WBTV’s business affairs unit — which is responsible for negotiating all of the company’s deals with performers, producers, writers and directors for its programming — and will oversee the department’s staff.
• Carlos Williams has been named Senior Vice President, Business Affairs, at Warner Bros. Television. He comes to WBTV after serving as Senior Vice President, Business Affairs, at Warner Horizon Television. In this new role, he will manage negotiations and other business affairs activities for key series and producers, acting as the WBTV business affairs department’s sole SVP and serving as a key member of the business affairs team.