Adaptation producer



Our modern world is increasingly influenced by international brands and global marketing campaigns. Consumers have access to a variety of media 24/7, and brands want to embrace this opportunity to reach their customers through different channels. That’s where Freedman comes in. We are insight-driven localisation experts, helping brands connect with people worldwide.


To make that happen we draw on a unique breadth of local cultural understanding across brand, corporate, and employee communications and over 30 years of practical experience in global creative production and delivery. With a great list of clients and offices in London, New York, and Sydney, we pride ourselves on being an independent company helping brands achieve their global objectives.



We love diverse, different, and delightful people. You don’t have to be a certain type to fit in. We embrace characters who bring something new and interesting, contributing to our international and eclectic blend of personalities.


We are currently seeking an Adaptation Producer to join our team. They will work on a variety of accounts, producing and delivering TV, radio, online and cinema assets globally. Have a good understanding of media plans, re-versioning workflows, post-production and directing in-market VO sessions. All the while radiating a positive and upbeat attitude.



  • Manage production, adaptation, and delivery of videos for TV and online, radio, and cinema for multiple markets with 3rd party suppliers and the in-house team
  • Organise voice over sessions in multiple markets, direct sessions and manage all parties involved including linguists, clients, and talent
  • Liaise with the TV Admin department on clearances, copy rotations, and playouts
  • Work closely with the account teams putting together production timings on briefs, ensuring live dates are met
  • Liaise with media agencies, understand and interpret media plans, scoping out the production required
  • Create clear and informative briefing documents for all parties involved
  • Assist the account teams on broadcast and video quotes, managing budgets, and resources.
  • Liaise with Creative agencies to ensure master assets are correct and suitable for adaptation
  • Oversee QC on all outputs, ensuring all assets are delivered to a high standard
  • Liaise with market Brand managers for file approvals and manage feedback
  • Keep the key stake holders updated with projects, escalating any issues to necessary parties
  • Be able to handle multiple projects at any given moment, sometimes with tight turnarounds
  • Become a master of broadcast requirements and clearance lookouts to foresee clearance issues and guide the client appropriately, early in the creative process.
  • Stay abreast of latest industry developments and standards, and successfully apply them to working practices to support process improvements
  • Contribute towards defining and delivering against the Production department’s vision and objectives
  • Help to improve Production processes via regular participation in post-project reviews
  • Build solid relationships and foster effective ways of working with key stakeholders and internal teams
  • Raise your internal profile through knowledge sharing and internal presentations



  • A strong understanding of localisation and campaign planning from brief to delivery
  • At 1-3 years’ experience within a production team of an agency
  • Knowledge and experience working with video files for broadcast
  • Good interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
  • A good understanding of clearance body requirements
  • Excellent adaptability and problem-solving approach
  • A pro-active, practical, patient, and diplomatic approach
  • Self-starter approach, able to accomplish goals with broad direction and minimal day-to-day supervision
  • Good organisational and prioritisation skills



  • Hybrid working – working time is split 3 days at the office 2 at home;
  • Choice of monthly employee benefit including incentive card or private healthcare;
  • An environment that puts people first and supports development with access to LinkedIn Learning;
  • 25 days holiday, increasing with years of service;
  • Wellbeing days.



£30,000.00-£33,000.00 per year