• WWE Is Looking For Stephanie McMahon’s Replacement (Details)
WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon recently announced that she’s taking of leave of absence from the company.
Since then, reports have come out stating that something is definitely going on, but it’s a very personal & private matter, so details won’t come out.
While WWE President Nick Khan will look over some of the work that Stephanie was doing, WWE is also looking to hire someone full-time to do the rest of the work.
Below are the details about this position:
“The Brand and Marketing Director will be an important contributor to the growth and success of the WWE Premium Live Events, WWE linear programming and the WWE brand.
This professional will lead cross-functional promotional plans for events such as WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, and SummerSlam, supporting creative execution across linear, social, digital and OTT platforms.
In addition, the Marketing Director will contribute to the development of overall WWE brand assets and oversee the execution of WWE brand campaigns on WWE’s social media accounts.
Creative ideation, attention to detail, marketing insight, strategic thinking, problem solving, and ability to pivot quickly are key.
Candidate should thrive in a supportive team environment that prizes collaboration, innovation, and leadership.”
– Lead promotional planning for WWE Premium Live Events and internal milestones
– Coordinate inputs and activities across multiple internal stakeholders including Media/Production team, Creative Services, Communications, Entertainment Relations, Community, and more
– Manage paid media agency relationships in support of Premium Live Events, tracking budgets and leading reporting and optimization
– Access, analyze, and disseminate internal and third-party research to improve WWE messaging, creative and promotional tactics
– Create clear and concise presentations that track promotional tactics across events and clearly indicate support plans, creative consistency and business objectives
– Brief, review and approve promotional creative (video, static, etc.), ensuring impactful messaging for WWE fans and consistency with WWE brand and event guidelines
– Support supplemental WWE activations around Premium Live shows, ensuring fan awareness and smooth execution on site
– Lead internal and external meetings with clear agendas and collaborative conversation
– Minimum of 6 to 8 years of related experience, preferably at a league/team, media/creative agency, media company, or the marketing organization of a brand/property
– Experience with a combination of any of following: league or event sponsorship, digital/social media, linear or OTT networks, experiential, custom production, talent rights/endorsements
– Proven experience in understanding the relationship between brand marketing objectives and cross-platform media offerings needed to help drive & achieve a brand’s business goals/results
– Ability to create cohesive 360 marketing programs
– Understanding of social media dynamics, paid media tactics, and reporting
– Experience designing and writing PowerPoint decks
– Comfort with ideating collaboratively or as an individual
– Excellent communication skills, with the ability to articulate clearly in both writing and speech
– Demonstrated ability to stay organized and prioritize in an extremely fast-paced environment
– Passionate, driven, and personally accountable with a commanding presence and energy
– Experience leading and mentoring a team a plus
– Ability to travel domestically for WWE events and production; approx. one time per month
– Bachelor’s Degree required
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (May 25, 1985) – WWF Championship Wrestling
On this day in 1985, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Championship Wrestling’.
This episode was pre-taped at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York and featured matches & interviews on the road to the “WWF The Wrestling Classic” PPV.
You can find the match-card below:
1. The Junkyard Dog & Tito Santana vs. Matt Borne & Steve Lombardi
2. Greg Valentine vs. Jim Londos
3. Pedro Morales vs. Mr. X
4. Ken Patera vs. Gary Starr
5. Barry Windham, Mike Rotundo & Ricky Steamboat vs. George Steele, Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff
6. Jimmy Snuka vs. AJ Petruzzi