University of Southern California (USC)
Los Angeles, California, The Peter Stark Producing Program within the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California is seeking an adjunct faculty member with a professional with high-level practical experience within the film and television industry to teach an advanced level course in the field of film and television marketing. In this course students will learn how marketing executives design and implement marketing campaigns for film and television projects. The course covers various distribution platforms: theatrical, broadcast and cable television, as well as streaming platforms. Â Qualified candidates will have extensive experience as a film/tv marketer and an intimate knowledge of marketplace strategy as it pertains to creative content. Please submit a CV and cover letter which addresses previous work that has empowered individuals from underrepresented communities. Minimum Education: Bachelorâ??s degree Minimum Experience: Five years of professional experience as a marketing executive for a film/tv distributor. Preferred Education: Master’s degree Preferred Experience: Ten years of professional experience as a marketing executive for a film/tv distributor. Demonstrated teaching experience, ideally at the college level, but inclusive of professional and community seminars, workshops, and mentorships. The Peter Stark Producing Program is a graduate program granting a two-year MFA degree in producing for film, television, and new media. USC School of Cinematic Arts supports diversity and inclusion initiatives in multiple aspects of the student experience. We encourage all applicants to address the following items in their cover letter: a statement of teaching philosophy and how they will include diverse perspectives in the classroom, including real-world examples, case studies, and media.
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