MENA Media Executive Search

Middle East Media executive searches conducted by Filcro Media Staffing are diverse in nature and scope.

At times, the most talented executive for a job in Kabul or Dubai can be located half way around the world or right next door.

Filcro Media Staffing when conducting Middle East media executive searches offers clients global “options” to identify, recruit, attract and relocate from a carefully selected group of media executives.

We Serve and Represent Globally for The Middle East Media Markets

  • Global News and Entertainment Brands
  • TV & Radio Networks
  • Media, Entertainment and Telecommunications Conglomerates
  • Fortune 50 Companies with Media Interests
  • NGO’s and Non-Profit Organizations

Exhibits of Filcro Media Staffing’s Middle East Executive Search Diversity

    TV Network COO
    Chief Operating Officer
    Kabul, Afghanistan
    US to MENA Relocation

Middle East Media Executive SearchThe parent company CEO initiated contact with Tony Filson in New York to identify, recruit and attract a gifted broadcasting COO with related MENA leadership experience to meet the business goals related to International TV Network Operations.

The Chief Operating Officer, responsible for overseeing all aspects of commercial broadcast business and operations would be working in a unique and developing Middle East media market, requiring special skills and acumen. 

This senior broadcasting executive leading a newly created media broadcasting subsidiary of the parent company in all TV network businesses will bring this digital terrestrial broadcast TV Network to fruition overseeing all lines of business.   

With an aggressive role out schedule, this COO shall facilitate countrywide DVB-T2 standards in Afghanistan while building a world-class TV broadcasting entity.

Case History for Review of this Middle East Media Executive Search

    TV Network - GM
    General Manager
    MENA to US Relocation

MENA Media Executive Search Firms for TV Network GM'sThe CEO sought multiple media market growth and required new leadership to monetize broadcast and interactive holdings by increasing the quantity and quality of programming in multiple languages serving U.S , Middle East and North African markets.

Requiring build-out of interactive properties and associated content to reach commercial markets with Inventory, Traffic, Sales, Sales Services,  Programming, Broadcast and Production Operations all needing to be retooled, created or brought in-house.

Case History for Review of this Middle East Media Executive Search

    Executive Director
    Middle East Radio and Interactive Networks
    No Relocation Required

Middle East Media International Broadcasting and News Executive SearchU.S. Global media broadcasting concern disseminating across multiple media platforms [TV, Radio, Broadband & Mobile] seeking to upgrade their international radio broadcasting properties located in the U.S and MENA disseminating news, music and special programming to the Middle East and North Africa.

A mandate to effectively communicate with the youthful population of Arabic-speakers in the Middle East by providing up-to-date news, information and entertainment on FM, medium wave, internet and satellite media platforms throughout the region. 

A need to broadcast accurate, timely and relevant news about the Middle East, the world and the United States.

Maintain the highest standards of journalism, a free marketplace of ideas, respect for the intelligence and culture of its audience, and a style that is upbeat, modern and forward-looking.

To broadcast  24-hours, seven days a week as a Arabic-language network.  To originate broadcasts from studios in the Washington, DC area and Dubai, U.A.E. as well as news bureaus and studios  throughout the entire Middle East.

Case History for Review of this Middle East Media Executive Search

    News Executive Producer
    Television, Radio, Broadband, Mobile, Print and Emerging Technologies
    MENA | The Caucuses | EU
    US to EU Relocation

Middle East News Executive Producer for the MENA and the StansListeners in countries stretching from Belarus to Bosnia and from the Arctic Sea to the Persian Gulf rely on this organization's daily news, analysis, and current affairs programming to provide a coherent, objective account of events in their region and the world.

Responsible for the English-language and 28 other language news and information products from and about the organizations broadcast region and 28 language services that are delivered across multiple media platforms (Internet, radio, TV).

Manage a large staff of 60+ that provides breaking news, analyses, features, and other products for broadcast programs, on-line web sites, and print publications.

Responsible for editorial control

Work organization and allocation, performance management, training, and problem resolution; as well as for short and long-range planning and goal setting through: conduct of daily story conferences and editorial meetings, effectively dealing with breaking news stories, and planning for enterprise news, and special projects and events.

Case History for Review of this Middle East Media Executive Search

    TV News Anchor / Producer
    TV Network
    MENA News
    MENA Relocation

Middle East Media Executive Search for News Anchors and News ProducersA leading global diversified news and media conglomerate producing and disseminating across multiple media platforms.  Known as one of the world’s leading news organizations with impeccable journalistic standards

The Vice President of Programming was seeking an addition to staff that could help develop a younger demographic by attracting a News Anchor / Producer who could relate to relevant issues of concern to the target demographic.

The objective was to cover the MENA entirely and not be myopic.  This News Anchor / Producer would have to cover News, Specials, Lifestyle, Business and Politics in regularly scheduled news segments as well as magazine style specials that cover diverse subject matter all relevant to U.S. and Middle East relations.

With media competition in the Middle East growing across multiple media platforms and production standards increasing the Network wanted to produce content that clearly set new standards from a content, production and cross platform dissemination / assimilation perspectives. Ergo, we needed a News Anchor who could work very closely with a talented Executive Producer who wanted a collaborative relationship with a News Anchor who could add value as a journalist and endearing personality to garner respect in Washington, DC and the major capitals of the Middle East and North Africa. 

Case History for Review of this Middle East Media Executive Search

    Manager Strategic Global Television Programming
    Corporate Communications
    MENA | US | ASIA |
    Relocation US

Middle East Executive Search Media and Broadcasting Executive ProducersFedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services.  With annual revenues of $30 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brands.  FedEx worldwide network services links 220 countries.

Consistently ranked among the world's most admired and trusted employers, FedEx inspires its more than 250,000 employees and contractors to remain "absolutely, positively" focused on safety, the highest ethical and professional standards and the needs of their customers and communities.

The Search

To identify, recruit, qualify and attract a Manager of Strategic Global Television Programming to produce compelling stories across multiple media platforms about the FedEx organization and FedEx employees who make the company one of the best to work for in the world.  A creative media executive capable of  finding common ground to build relationships with employees, cultures, clients and shareholders of this Fortune 100 Company.

Client Situation

The Director of Global Communications had built a world class corporate communications organization and was now looking to hire a talented producer of content that could serve multiple corporate clients with varied messages to covey.  Autonomy was key on a business, technical and creative level.

Broad acumen with the MENA | ASIA and related cultures was highly desired to meet the firm’s market goals.

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