Jesse Albert is a former Sr. Agent at ICM where he focused on high profile digital and branded entertainment strategy and engagements for world leading clients and brands including eOne, Chill, Beyonce, Showtime, Sony, Ford, Ikea, and others. His efforts crossed all divisions, including traditional media, web, publishing, video gaming, venture capital, music, etc.
Prior to ICM, Albert led US digital entertainment for Simon Fuller’s 19 Entertainment, creator of American Idol where he helped establish the first American Idol/iTunes relationship as well as launch the careers of Daughtry and other American Idol artists.
Albert began his career in Hollywood serving as general manager at Media Revolution, an award-winning leader and pioneer in digital marketing, working with most of the major Hollywood studios and networks, and such campaigns as Independence Day, Air Force One, X Files The Movie, Alien Resurrection, and many others.
Since leaving ICM, Albert has focused on leveraging his Hollywood relationships and expertise into a producing and consulting career with active projects and clients in film, television and digital.
Industry Expertise (5)
Areas of Expertise (9)
20 Multi-media Executives to Watch in 1997 (professional)
Awarded by Daily Variety Magazine.
Public Relations Student of the Year (professional)
Awarded by The University of Southern California.
University of Southern California: M.F.A., Peter Stark Producers Program 2001
University of Southern California: B.A., Annenberg School of Journalism and Public Relations 1994
- University of Southern California : Adjunct Professor, School of Cinematic Arts
- Producers Guild of America : New Media Council Board Member
Media Appearances (1)
Production triangle and the sum of all parts
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The buyers and commissioning executives of original digital content in the U.S. want star power. Without talent, you won’t stand out. Talent comes with a built-in fan base and that’s your ticket to success, he says...