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Right now is the perfect time to start thinking about making big moves for the new year—and Bloomberg has a bunch of great opportunities for you to check out. They’re hiring across the organization with job openings in radio, TV, digital, account management and more. Show More Summary
Circulation: 3 million Frequency: Bimonthly Special issues: None Background: In 1967, Nicholas Charney, Ph.D founded a magazine that dealt exclusively with the study of the human mind. Nearly 20 years later, Psychology Today was adopted...Show More Summary
Monthly Unique Visitors: 5-7 million Background: Mom.me kicked off on Mother’s Day 2012 and has been educating moms and moms-to-be about the joys and frustrations of motherhood ever since. Its target audience is millennial women who are eager to read about everything from ovulation to breastfeeding to dealing with toddler tantrums. Show More Summary
Monthly Unique Visitors: 5 million Background: Shape.com first became part of the internet in the early 2000s. And since then it’s been helping women crush their wellness goals by providing the inspiration to get started, the motivation...Show More Summary
The number one lesson we try to teach about the holidays is that the very best gifts are the ones we give. That’s why after a full weekend of unabashed consumerism, Cyber Monday is followed by #GivingTuesday, a day devoted to charitable giving. Show More Summary
Recently named Executive Producer of Programming at AwesomenessTV, Liza Glucoft had her finger on the pulse of the digital marketplace before most people knew it even existed. She was one of the first employees at Who What Wear working...Show More Summary
Circulation: 25,000 Frequency: Quarterly Special issues: None Background: Readers who are eager to know all about what’s going on in the hip-hop and R&B music scenes have been flocking to both the print and digital editions of One West Magazine for years. Show More Summary
“Digital design is like painting, except the paint never dries.”- Neville Brody From graphic design to interactive design and beyond, we’ve sorted through all of our jobs postings and gathered the top 15 new jobs openings from the digital design industry. Show More Summary
Jennifer Betts is the quintessential Los Angeles publicist—producing glitzy red carpet events and networking with celebrities. Her firm, Innovative PR, handles lifestyle brands across industries including beauty (Philosophy, Beautycon,...Show More Summary
Looking to get your foot in the media world? Or do you specialize in running offices, planning and scheduling, bookkeeping and organizing? If so, you’re in luck! From entry-level to executive assistant, check out this list of the top new available administrative positions in the media industry. The post Hot Jobs in Administration appeared first on Mediabistro.
NBCUniversal is one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news and information to a global audience. From Producers to Sales Managers, positions at NBCUniversal...Show More Summary
Vital Stats: Name: Kazeem Famuyide Industry: Digital Content Editorial Years in Industry: 10 Current Position: Creative at Bleacher Report Past Positions: Writer, No Script with Marshawn Lynch Founder/Editor-in-Chief, Stashed Magazine...Show More Summary
Whether you freelance full- or part-time, it’s not uncommon for your finances to fluctuate occasionally. You may go through seasons that are financially lucrative. At other times, the amount of money in your bank account might be downright scary. Show More Summary
Professional development is essential for getting ahead in the ever-evolving communications world, and one of the best ways to develop your skill set is by aligning yourself with a person you admire within your field. “We get carried...Show More Summary
In the early years of his career, Luke Duggleby found himself in a situation that he hadn’t quite anticipated. He had traveled to East China to meet villagers protesting against massive pollution caused by a factory that had poisoned their land. Show More Summary
Circulation: 1.8 million Frequency: 10x/year Special issues: Style issue (March and September); Tech Guide (December) Background: A quick scan across any newsstand would cause most people to believe that only women purchase magazines. Show More Summary
“The future of publishing is about having connections to readers and the knowledge of what those readers want.” – Seth Godin Interested in the wide world of publishing and editorial and looking for your next career move? From renowned publishing houses like Oxford University Press to media conglomerates like American Media Inc. Show More Summary
Did you know that 82% of Twitter users watch video content on the platform? What about the fact that 45% of people watch more than an hour of Facebook or YouTube videos each week? Or, how about that 43% of people state that they actually want to see more video content from marketers? Those are... The post The Pivot to Video and How You Can Keep Up appeared first on Mediabistro.
Monthly Unique Visitors: 24 million Background: Sports Illustrated has been keeping its readers up to date on all things related to sports for more than 60 years. But when the digital age came knocking in the mid-90s the brand answered the call with SI.com. The website is no less than a thriving sports news website... The post How To Pitch: SI.com appeared first on Mediabistro.
If you’re looking for TV production jobs, whether it’s in front of or behind the camera, we have the openings for you. From news anchor positions to junior reporters and everything in between, these open jobs will have you applying in 3, 2, 1… The post 12 Hot TV Production Jobs, On-Air and Off appeared first on Mediabistro.