Summary

Brooke, a Production Assistant, based in New York, has 1 Digital Production Manager credit and 3 Production Manager credits, and has been a member since 2013.

Credits

10/15 – Current

Digital Production Manager – The Taunton Press

Details
10/15 – Current

• Develops and implements digital media strategies, campaigns, and tactics for all seven of Taunton’s franchises. Works hand in hand with Marketing and Ad Ops teams to create proposals when Advertiser RFP’s come in. Inputs media proposals and buys within various tracking programs. • Coordinates with developers and creative teams to implement promotions, sweepstakes, digital campaign elements, and earned Added Value programs. Works closely with Editorial, Interactive, Marketing, and Ad Ops teams to coordinate programs, troubleshooting, and creating new initiatives on a daily basis. • Creates schedules of campaign elements across all seven brands based on Insertion Orders. Plans and executes the media buy in conjunction with the ad trafficking team. • Works closely with advertisers and agencies to gather specs & assets needed for campaigns; participating in conference calls to ensure all campaign elements are met. Responsible for collecting assets, reformatting/building creatives, coordinating and communicating all necessary information to the correct parties, and making sure all deadlines- internally and externally- are met on time. • Meets with ad traffickers on a consistent basis to review active campaigns and ensure they adhere to clients’ objectives. • Communicates with advertisers regarding agency contacts and meeting their expectations/objectives across all brands. • Provides screenshots, reporting, optimization recommendations, and troubleshoots client and creative/site issues. • Provides in-house reporting and analytics for advertising and campaigns, as well as providing ad hoc reporting requested by Advertisers/Agencies. Evaluates campaign success using reporting, optimization, benchmarks, and third party research partners to make recommendations and create upsell opportunities.

7/15 – 10/15

Production Manager (Dubbing Studio) – SDI Media

Details
7/15 – 10/15

Reviews production schedules and estimates work hours needed for completion of job assignments • Establishes or adjusts work procedures to meet production schedules. • Communicates and executes schedule needs by coordinating resources accordingly, including but not limited to directors, talent, engineers, recording rooms and third-party resources (engineers and studios). • Revises schedule according to client requests, production needs, established priorities, and availability or capability of staff or equipment. • Works closely with local audio engineering team to monitor capacity and determine outsourcing needs for overflow. • Outsources audio post tasks to international hubs or local third party vendors. • Tracks and organizes production elements such as scripts and approvals, voice test kit and approvals • Collect and negotiate costs for local projects; issue POs and approve respective invoices. • Tracks key milestones to ensure smooth production and communicates any changes to Account Representatives • Ensures assignment of rights agreements are executed by all creative resources for all local projects

2/14 – 6/15

Production Manager (German Subtitling Team) – SDI Media

Details
2/14 – 6/15

• Schedule all translation and QC work for the German language group and follow up as necessary on all elements to ensure that files are ready for delivery as scheduled. • Communicate and execute schedule needs by coordinating resources accordingly, including but not limited to language editors, supervisors, account representatives and third-party resources. • Prioritize workloads to meet production due dates and maintain employees and contractors’ schedules so that work is assigned efficiently with the available resources. • Revise schedule according to client requests, production needs, and established priorities. • Attend production meetings, issue POs and generate respective invoices.

1/14 – 2/14

Production Manager – The Sundance Institute

Details
1/14 – 2/14

• Assisted with the organization of all patrons into the appropriate queues and responsible for providing information to patrons on seat availability, screening times and other festival or theatre-specific information. • Main point of contact for waitlist organization including lining up, distribution of waitlist numbers and messaging about policy and likelihood of getting into each screening. • Maintained communications with management to ensure smooth operations.

11/13 – 1/14

Assistant Production Coordinator BiteSizeTV

Internet — BiteSize TV Details
11/13 – 1/14

• Research show content, source topics and generate daily production reports • Create graphics, pull assets and archive technical director notes • Organize crew and equipment for field shoots • Operate the TelePrompTer and manage cue cards • Assist with guest relations & accommodations • Facilitate studio audience load in and regulate guest list for VIP events

6/12 – 9/12

Researcher Late Night With Jimmy Fallon 4

NBC — Scripted (TV) Details
6/12 – 9/12

• Completed guest booking sheets and archived publicist information into NBC database • Researched upcoming guests’ prior media appearances in order to avoid redundancy • Acquired all guest related media for research and on-air referencing • Distributed on-air questions to each production department before the show • Timed the shows’ individual segments & transcribed guest interviews

6/12 – 6/12

Set Production Assistant Spooky Truth Productions Inc

Film (Theatrical) Details
6/12 – 6/12

• Organized set staging and removal along with coordinating props • Facilitated communications between department and assisted with talent management • Managed craft services

1/12 – 5/12

Production Assistant Entertainment Tonight

CBS — Reality/Doc (TV) Details
1/12 – 5/12

• Screened/logged morning news programs for desired footage and clips • Interfaced directly with directors, producers, production management and talent • Assisted crew with studio and field productions • Logged interviews during shoot for producers • Contributed to social media profiles for on-air talent

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Education

Class of '13

Marymount Manhattan College

Communication Arts

Skills

  • Broadcast
  • Customer Service
  • Facebook
  • Google Docs
  • Magazines
  • Marketing
  • Microsoft Office
  • Photography
  • Pinterest
  • Production Management
  • Production Managment
  • Proofreading
  • Retail
  • Social Networking
  • Teamwork
  • Television
  • Time Management
  • Video Production