After three years heading business affairs for Warner Bros. Television’s cable/unscripted division Warner Horizon, Adam Glick is returning to the main studio as head of business affairs for Warner Bros. Television. Glick co-headed WBTV’s BA department with Dan Limerick until 2012, when Limerick became sole head and Glick moved to Warner Horizon. Limerick now is leaving for another job, and will be succeeded by Glick. A replacement for Glick at WH will be named soon.

Glick’s responsibilities include negotiating all of WBTV’s deals with performers, producers, writers and directors, as well licensing deals with the various original distribution platforms for that programming. “Adam has been one the studio’s top business executives for many years and has served in each of his roles with distinction,” WBTV’s Brett Paul said.

While at WHTV, Glick supervised all business affairs matters for the division, reporting to Paul and Susan Rovner on scripted programming for cable and on-demand platforms, and to Mike Darnell on unscripted programming for network and cable.

Glick originally joined WBTV in 1999 as Director, Business Affairs, before being promoted to VP in 2002, SVP in 2005 and Co-Head of Business Affairs in 2008 with Limerick. During that time, Glick served as the company’s principal business affairs negotiator for the WBTV-based Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Bill Lawrence, Michael Patrick King, Bruno Heller and Greg Berlanti, among others, spearheading negotiations on such series such as 2 Broke Girls, The Mentalist and The Vampire Diaries, as well as The New Adventures Of Old Christine, Without A Trace and Cold Case.