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Exclusive: Raymond Legal names Jennifer Snitko as senior partner

Entertainment law firm Raymond Legal, P.C. has brought on former 3BMG executive Jennifer Snitko as senior partner. In her new role, Snitko (pictured), along with Raymond Legal founder Brian Raymond, will ...
August 3, 2022

Entertainment law firm Raymond Legal, P.C. has brought on former 3BMG executive Jennifer Snitko as senior partner.

In her new role, Snitko (pictured), along with Raymond Legal founder Brian Raymond, will helm oversight of the firm’s current roster of clients, including Fox Alternative Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Skydance Sports, SpringHill Company, Will Packer Media and Annapurna Television.

Snitko brings over two decades of experience in the unscripted content space, having most recently served as executive vice president, business affairs and general counsel at 3BMG, where she worked alongside 3 Ball Productions, Jeff Jenkins Productions, Parabolic Content and Superluna Studios. She has also previously held positions at Core Media Group (now Industrial Media), McKuin Frankel Whitehead LLP and GRB Entertainment.

“Jennifer combines a remarkable understanding of corporate and business affairs transactions with long-standing success in navigating the evolving content business,” said Raymond in a release. “We’re excited to have her join our leadership team during a period of rapid growth within the firm and across our clients’ collective output.”

Among Raymond Legal’s other clients are Range Media Partners, FunMeter, Ntertain, OBB Media, Fly on the Wall Entertainment, Night Studio, White Label Productions, and Love Productions USA. Recent projects from prodcos on the firm’s roster include Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show specials and the feature doc Justin Bieber: Our World for Amazon Prime Video; Studio Ramsay/FAE’s Next Level Chef for Fox; FunMeter’s The Big Conn for Apple TV+; and the Kennedy/Marshall Company documentary Carole King & James Taylor: Just Call Out My Name for CNN/HBO Max.

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