Ad Sales Planner (New York, NY – Hybrid Remote)

by arjohnsontvone

August 31, 2022


This position monitors/services advertising accounts in accordance to the terms negotiated by Account Executive.  This position functions as overall steward of assigned accounts.


  • Create Upfront/Scatter media plans
  • Prepare Pre & Post Analysis
  • Account stewardship: Monitor performance of media schedule and assign ADU. Actively track and arrange liability schedules.
  • Update/Maintain/Validate internal reporting
  • Oversee media schedules to ensure fulfillment and proper account maintenance.
  • Provide direction to Sales Coordinator regarding account/deal maintenance.
  • Generate written order confirmation for advertiser’s schedules.
  • Develop professional client presentations for Account Executive(s).
  • Organize research and competitive information for Account Executive.
  • Responsible for EDI of assigned accounts.
  • Attend client meetings as requested.


Strong written and verbal communication skills.

  • Strong Media Math skills
  • Outgoing, organized, efficient, team player and a strategic thinker.
  • Must be proficient with various computer software including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and E-mail.
  • Complies with Network and Urban One’s mandatory trainings and adheres to related course deadlines.
  • Legal right to work in the US.


Bachelor’s Degree and experience in Cable/Broadcast Ad Sales or related field. Prior Sales and/or Media Planning experience strongly preferred.


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