Sr. Analyst / Manager, Content Analysis & Finance Mrc Film / TV / Non-Fiction
Dick Clark ProductionsBeverly Hills, CA
Full Time Job
MRC Entertainment I MRC
Job Description: Sr. Analyst/Manager, Content Analysis & Finance – MRC Film / TV / Non-Fiction
MRC Entertainment is comprised of MRC Film, MRC Television, MRC Non-Fiction, MRC Live Events, MRC Media, and MRC Data; MRC Entertainment is also a minority investor in A24 and Fulwell73. As a diversified media company, MRC Entertainment has expertise in content creation, distribution, and monetization across premium television, wide-release film, specialty film, live entertainment, and digital media. Our core mission is to offer a unique environment to develop and attract great leaders through collaboration across platforms, professional development and learning, and a focus on building an industry-leading culture of inclusion, diversity, and safety.
MRC Film, TV & Non-Fiction is a leading television and film studio; nominated for 18 Golden Globe Awards, 11 Academy Awards, 53 Emmy Awards, and 2 Grammy Awards, with over $4.8 billion in worldwide box office sales.
MRC Live Events & Alternative is comprised of dick clark productions is the world's largest producer and proprietor of televised live event entertainment programming broadcast across over 180 countries; winner of 15 Primetime Emmy awards; producer of four of the top 10 award and competition shows, and three of the top five music awards specials for television.
MRC Media is comprised of Billboard Music and The Hollywood Reporter Magazine and is the #1 music and film media publisher; reaching over 40 million people a month and garnering 200 million monthly online views of video content.
MRC Data is comprised of Music Connect: an award-winning, comprehensive measurement and analytics platform; Broadcast Data Systems: resource for streaming, sales and airplay data and Music 360: Comprehensive music research and insights reports.
The Sr. Analyst/Manager role is an integral part of the Business Operations, Content Analysis, and Finance teams. MRC is a highly cross-functional organization, and the Sr. Analyst/Manager will work with colleagues across all functional areas, learning the business inside-and-out. This is an opportunity to be part of analyzing big strategic industry shifts, underwriting films and TV series, assessing capital and financing needs of the business, and more. The primary responsibilities include building and maintaining film, TV, non-fiction, and corporate financial forecast models, underwriting and performing ''content analysis'' on prospective film, TV, and non-fiction projects, and helping to support strategic and financial divisional initiatives. A successful candidate has strong analytical skills, prioritizes and manages multiple tasks at once, has a strong desire to learn, and thrives in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.
• Underwrite/Greenlight film, television, and non-fiction projects and conduct other project-related research
• Build and maintain film, TV, non-fiction and corporate operating and forecasting models for cash, GAAP, capital, and tax planning; leverage learnings and critical thinking skills to identify changes to improve accuracy and efficiency
• Support strategic divisional initiatives by helping to develop business plans and financial models
• Develop and manage a robust and sustainable process for maintaining key internal databases including budgets, performance, deal terms, film/TV slate yield analyses, among others
• Perform various financial analyses and industry related research, tracking and compiling industry trends and competitive analyses, to inform senior management strategic decision-making
• Assist in monthly reporting responsibilities for the corporate credit facility and with liquidity forecasts
• Support FP&A team in the preparation of Quarterly Business Reviews, Annual Operating Plans, and Long Range Plans
• Minimum 3-5 years experience in investment banking, consulting, or other highly analytical role. Entertainment experience preferred
• Bachelor's degree from a leading university (preferably in the finance, business, or related fields) with a strong GPA
• Advanced financial/operational modeling and PowerPoint presentation skills with demonstrated experience in qualitative and quantitative analysis
• Strong level of communication and interpersonal skills
• Intellectual curiosity, strong desire to learn, and a passion for media, entertainment, and technology
• Detail oriented with exceptional organizational skills, including ability to prioritize and manage evolving deadlines
• Strong independent problem-solving skills with ability to thrive in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment