TV Investment Manager

Key Responsibilities:

• Create and recommend TV buying strategies
• Mentor TV buying team juniors
• Maintain cable and TV daily network maintenance in Mediaocean
• Maintains TV planning cost database
• Manage TV placement, post buy reports, stewardship, and traffic responsibilities
• Track media spending to ensure agency and client budget compliance
• Work effectively with agency departments
• Utilize 3rd party research tools to develop target consumer profiles and identify strategic buying opportunities
• Maintain a deep understanding of client business goals and marketing objectives
• Manage all aspects of media buy and billing reconciliation; ensure billing runs smoothly
• Strong familiarity with overall media marketplace and relevant opportunities to clients
• Support new business initiatives


• 5+ years of U.S TV buying – Network, Cable – National & Local preferably at a Media agency
• Excellent working knowledge of TV planning and analysis tools, and buy management software (preferably MediaOcean and Nielsen)
• Excellent negotiation skills
• Pharma client experience preferable
• Solid inter-team collaboration skills
• Client presentation skills
• Solid working experience with Powerpoint & Excel

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