Position: Content Publicity Assistant
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Job Type: Full Time
**Due to Covid-19 all interviews will be via phone/Zoom and position will be remote to begin

The Lede Company, a full-service public relations firm specializing in talent publicity, content publicity, strategic communications and brand PR, is looking for a Content Publicity Assistant in Los Angeles -- working with our newly formed Content team on campaigns for films, series and podcasts. The Content Publicity Assistant will work closely with the Head of Content on client projects. They will support the content team with administrative tasks and in all aspects of executing client requests. The Content Publicity Assistant will be responsible for multitasking on several clients simultaneously in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

We are seeking enthusiastic candidates who can work in a fast-paced environment, are driven, and have strong communication and writing skills. The Content Publicity Assistant reports to the Head of Content PR.

Administrative duties, including managing a high volume of emails and calls, coordinating meetings and schedules, expense reports, travel etc.
Track media coverage and service clients with media breaks on a regular basis
Assist with writing and editing internal and external materials
Distribute press releases electronically and assist with media outreach (including utilizing email distribution software, i.e. Constant Contact, to create and distribute materials)
Coordinate details for client press events, screenings, photos shoots, festivals and premieres including travel and grooming
Process client requests in a timely manner
Cover screenings, premieres, press days and other PR events for clients (some of these may occur after hours)
Maintain and update databases such as press contact lists and detailed calendars
Supervise and train interns
Upload and maintain client files using Google Drive and distribute to the team when needed
Create and deliver agendas for recurring client meetings
Conduct research to support client planning and strategy
Liaise with MPAA and other industry organizations
Stay current with dynamic media environment (new websites, publications, tv shows, podcasts)

Experience working at a PR agency, film distributor, tv network or other entertainment company
Bachelor's Degree
Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
Strong proficiency in Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides
Highly organized
Exceptional interpersonal, networking, organizational, verbal, and written communications skills
Proactive and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment
Strong problem-solving skills
Meticulous attention to detail
Self-starter with the ability to multitask
Reliable: meets deadlines, prioritizes well, and has a high sense of urgency
Strong writing and proofreading skills
Professional, confident and mature demeanor
Able to anticipate needs
Strong interest in all aspects of the entertainment industry