Protect your current business needs.
Prepare for the future.
Contract negotiations are not one-time conversations. The people sitting across the table from you today will be back before you know it. Content distribution is definitely an ultra-competitive sport, but don’t think of a negotiation as a winner-take-all, zero-sum game -- it will cost you in the long run.
J2 Media has proven that it’s both possible and desirable to find mutually beneficial outcomes. We’ve been doing it for years, bringing together highly complex, multi-billion dollar agreements. Our process ensures that even the most contentious discussion leads to an agreement in which both parties feel respected and eager to work together again.
That’s why J2 is your ideal negotiation partner. We are the solid, experienced pro you need in your corner to negotiate any kind of retransmission consent, regional and national sports, premium, SVOD, AVOD, FAST channel deal. Our strategic business insights can lead to optimum results:
better overall deal economics
improved rate and packaging structures
digital rights management
Most Favored Nation terms
J2 has negotiated dozens of licensing agreements, and built an extensive network of long-standing relationships. Whether negotiating a multi-product, multi-platform omnibus agreement or something smaller, J2 Media has been there.
Allan Singer, Former SVP Programming, Charter Communciations
"Jason is a consummate professional and one of the bright young minds in this business. He has the rare ability to cut through the clutter of today's highly-complex, ultra-competitive media landscape and provide solutions to the challenges all operators face. During my time at Charter Communications, I had the distinct pleasure of negotiating a long-term, multi-platform agreement across the table from Jason. His unique ability to identify problem areas and navigate cross functionally throughout the Walt Disney Company allowed us to build a precedent setting agreement with Disney & ESPN Media Networks that has proven to be beneficial to both parties."