Alloy Media + Marketing
Location: New York, NY
Alloy Media + Marketing is an entertainment and media company that combines original content creation, feature production, and distribution to market media to the millennial generation.
- Gossip Girl
- The Secret Circle
- The Vampire Diaries
- Pretty Little Liars
- The Lying Game
- How to Rock
What to Expect
Under Alloy Media + Marketing is a vast corporate umbrella that encompasses film production, development of original television and web series, publishing, and a roster of more than a dozen websites dedicated to pop culture and entertainment.
Under the banner of Alloy Entertainment, the company has created several top-rated television series geared toward female and youth audiences. Among the most notable properties developed and produced by Alloy is the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars, and the popular CW shows Gossip Girl and The Vampire Diaries. The feature film division of Alloy Entertainment was responsible for bringing The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series to the big screen. Infusing the youth market with entertainment content across multiple media, Alloy combines publishing of original fiction novels with development and production of films, television, and web series, based on the work of their roster of authors.
Headquartered in New York, AM+M operates offices in Massachusetts, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Georgia. Employment opportunities within AM+M cover a wide range of fields, including development and production, public relations, marketing, advertising, sales, and IT. Authors and screenwriters are sought through publishing and creative representation agencies. When available, limited internship opportunities are posted, along with employment vacancies, on the company’s official website.
The atmosphere at Alloy is generally casual with a flexible dress code and several much-anticipated office parties. The company frequently promotes from within and strives to retain talented employees. For those early in their careers, Alloy is an excellent proving ground. Rookies can expect not to have their hands held but instead are given opportunities to take initiative and demonstrate their abilities by being proactive. As a national organization with an expansive array of media channels, entry-level employees have the opportunity to learn the ropes and get a broad understanding of the entertainment industry as it relates to intellectual properties, creative development, production, and cross-platform marketing. Be prepared for a fast-paced environment that operates on strict deadlines and high expectations.
Have some feedback for our editors? Contact Us