11:00 AM PST 12/9/2020 by Etan Vlessing
Courtesy of Brian Gove
Kamler becomes a partner in the alternative programming division as Hollywood players face a pandemic-era disruption in their content pipeline.
Full-service talent and literary agency A3 Artists Agency has hired veteran Hollywood agent Marc Kamler to become a partner in its alternative programming, digital media, licensing and branding division.
Kamler most recently was a partner at APA after holding agent positions at David Shapira & Associates and the Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann Agency, which was later acquired by ICM.
In his new role at A3, Kamler will grow the unscripted division's push into production for linear and subscription video on demand platforms, especially during a period of content pipeline disruption amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
"Our strategy during the shutdown has been to be deeply involved in verticals where we can be dominant. Marc has the experience, relationships and influence in the alternative programming sector to help us do just that," A3 chairman Adam Bold said in a statement.
Earlier this year, A3 was rebranded around 18 months after Robert Attermann, Brian Cho and Bold acquired Abrams Artists Agency from founder Harry Abrams.