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Welcome to Media Jobs: Advertising Jobs

The Career Intelligence™ Authority

We fea­ture infor­ma­tion about cut­ting edge up and com­ing com­pa­nies, peo­ple and new prod­ucts that can enhance your career. Mediajobs.com is the author­i­ty for career intel­li­gence in the media and tech indus­tries. If you are cur­rent­ly in an adver­tis­ing job, look­ing for adver­tis­ing jobs, entry lev­el adver­tis­ing jobs, mar­ket­ing adver­tis­ing jobs and want to keep cur­rent about the newest cut­ting edge com­pa­nies and prod­ucts we have cre­at­ed Media Jobs for you. Read about some of the most inno­v­a­tive mar­keters in Adver­tis­ing and dig­i­tal media includ­ing Star­com, WPP, Pub­li­cis Group, Deutsch, Omin­com Group, Viva­ki, Havas, Inter­pub­lic, Oglivy and Math­er and lots more. We’ll also talk about some of the newest up and com­ing agen­cies includ­ing Droga5, Razor­fish, Dig­i­tas Rokkan, BFG9000, Moth­er, Leo Bur­nett, Pro­fero, Golin­Har­ris, Maxus, Muh­tayzik-Hof­fer, Merkle, McGar­ry­Bowen, Grey , 72andSunny, 360i, Trans­la­tion and in the His­pan­ic mar­ket Alma, Lat­in­works and La Comu­nidad. Dig­i­tal only agen­cies includ­ing VML and agen­cies made for Sil­i­con Val­ley includ­ing Evo­lu­tion Bureau. Cre­ativ­i­ty plays a role in adver­tis­ing and some of the most cre­ative shops include AKQA, BBDO, BBH, Wieden & Kennedy and Good­by Sil­ver­stein & Part­ners. Arti­cles about the most sig­nif­i­cant adver­tis­ing com­pa­nies are right below. You can also search for Adver­tis­ing Jobs by click­ing here or using the search box on this page. 

10 Hot Media Companies You Should Work For

10 Hot Media Companies You Should Work For

Media Jobs are con­stant­ly chang­ing these days, so some­times it’s dif­fi­cult to keep up with which com­pa­nies you should be look­ing at when you’re pur­su­ing your dream job. One key com­po­nent to always con­sid­er for future employ­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties is which are the most inno­v­a­tive media com­pa­nies, those that are push­ing bound­aries and explor­ing new pos­si­bil­i­ties. Inno­va­tion dri­ves the future. We’re only halfway through 2016, so a good place to start is to look at the com­pa­nies who were con­sid­ered at the top of the media jobs inno­va­tion curve last year. The good peo­ple over at Fast Com­pa­ny made a list ear­ly last year of the top 10 media com­pa­nies in terms of inno­va­tion for 2015. Media Jobs decid­ed to recap these for you so that you can do your own ret­ro­spec­tive analy­sis and see if these com­pa­nies are still worth putting on your short list. We think you’ll decide that most of them are. 1. The Wash­ing­ton Post A news­pa­per? Yes indeed. While many news­pa­per com­pa­nies are already dead and just don’t know it yet, Ama­zon CEO Jeff Bezos breathed new life into the Post when he acquired it in 2013. Not only has the Post sur­vived, it’s now thriv­ing in the dig­i­tal…

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Will Grey Advertising Succeed at this Adventure?

will grey advertising succeed at this adventure

In the mod­ern mar­ket­ing cli­mate social media con­tin­ues to gain seri­ous ground, and micro busi­ness­es and indi­vid­u­als are tak­ing more mar­ket share every year from the tra­di­tion­al adver­tis­ing agency. This leaves ad agen­cies look­ing for new ways to build their busi­ness prof­itably and stay com­pet­i­tive. Giv­en their close­ness to the mar­ket and cus­tomers, some agen­cies are using their knowl­edge, cre­ativ­i­ty and mar­ket­ing exper­tise to do more than just adver­tise. To that end, a New York adver­tis­ing agency called Grey Adver­tis­ing has cre­at­ed a new busi­ness with­in their exist­ing umbrel­la busi­ness, Grey Group, called Grey Adven­tures. The Link is Cre­ativ­i­ty Grey Adven­tures is a new unit designed to work with clients of the ad agency to flesh out new prod­ucts and ser­vices that may come to light dur­ing the process of brand­ing and cam­paign devel­op­ment. Grey isn’t the first ad agency to move into this new area. Oth­ers have added sim­i­lar units, with results such as devel­op­ing toys designed for par­ents with paral­y­sis to be able to play with their kids and start­ing an accel­er­a­tor pro­gram for start­up com­pa­nies. In the same way that social media and online mar­ket­ing have tak­en over large por­tions of the total mar­ket­ing and adver­tis­ing mar­ket, and that tra­di­tion­al careers and…

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General Electric is Prepared for Octopus

Octopus GE ad campaign

Is it even pos­si­ble to stand out and get noticed through adver­tis­ing cam­paigns any­more? Of course, but in an age where almost lit­er­al­ly every­thing you could ever want to know about any­thing is avail­able with a few key­strokes, you may need to use octo­pus­es rain­ing from the sky and threat­en­ing to destroy our way of life to get atten­tion. At least this was the idea that ad agency BBDO had for their client GE in an ad that hit var­i­ous online and social chan­nels ear­li­er this month, and it seems to be a hit. The 60 sec­ond spot is called “Rain­ing Octo­pus­es” (of course), and launched March 11 as a paid spot on NowThis News and GE’s social chan­nels.  “The idea was that it would be rain­ing some­thing so unique and dif­fer­ent, but it had to rain some­thing real­ly bizarre, and it had to dis­rupt,” said Andy Gold­berg, chief cre­ative offi­cer at GE. So, an octo­pus. As in dis­rupt the kinds of things that GE holds togeth­er, such as the pow­er grid. This ad is a great idea and tack­les what GE is all about from a dif­fer­ent and unique aspect, which is how they are attempt­ing to reach a new…

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Could the Sale of Yahoo become the Next Google

Could the sale of Yahoo be the Next Google

When we think about who the next Google or Face­book might be, we’re usu­al­ly con­sid­er­ing star­tups, fledg­ling com­pa­nies, or even ideas that haven’t been prop­er­ly trans­lat­ed into busi­ness­es yet. It’s not often that “the next big thing” is actu­al­ly an old thing that just still exists. The prover­bial phoenix from the ash­es. And if some­one said that the sale of Yahoo could become this phoenix yet to rise, I would have laughed out loud. Until recent­ly, any­way. Yahoo has been in steady decline for years, and even though Maris­sa May­er seemed a promis­ing sav­ior for the floun­der­ing for­mer online king of the hill, she was­n’t able to bear the weight of the sink­ing ship. Okay, maybe not sink­ing, but Yahoo isn’t exact­ly gain­ing in pop­u­lar­i­ty either. It’s float­ing around with its head above water, unable to fig­ure out how to move for­ward. Work­ing at Yahoo is still con­sid­ered pres­ti­gious, but not like work­ing at Google. Cus­tomers aren’t leav­ing in droves, but they are leav­ing. They have assets and infra­struc­ture, what they need is a vision and some guid­ance. So it was­n’t a huge sur­prise when May­er announced back in Feb­ru­ary that Yahoo would be lay­ing off 15% of the jobs at Yahoo and auc­tion­ing…

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Customizable Digital Advertising Displays that look Great on your Feet.

Customizable Digital Advertising displays that look great on your feet.

So have you read Medi­a­Jobs most recent arti­cle from Roy Weiss­man about skip­ping on try­ing to make mon­ey on the ads and just going straight to sell­ing prod­ucts?  What would you say if the prod­uct being sold WAS the dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing out­let? Late­ly we’ve been going in-depth on the wear­able tech­nol­o­gy front like the LED fab­rics we cov­ered and most of us have already become aware of the strides that have been made with flex­i­ble elec­tron­ics, so check this out. Present­ly a com­pa­ny called ShiftWear is work­ing hard seek­ing fund­ing for their mirac­u­lous prod­uct on Indiegogo. The prod­uct being pro­mot­ed is a pro­to­type pair of shoes that have screens incor­po­rat­ed into them. The screens are made from flex­i­ble E‑Ink col­or dis­plays, a type of super-thin dig­i­tal screen that mim­ics the appear­ance of paper. Dig­i­tal shoes, well, what are the impli­ca­tions for adver­tis­ers? On the screens you can dis­play two types of images, sta­t­ic or mov­ing, and the image pre­sent­ed can be cus­tomized and select­ed by Blue­tooth com­mu­ni­ca­tion (jobs for Blue­tooth com­mu­ni­ca­tion) via a smart­phone app or tablet. You could even dis­play pho­tographs. The idea is to let users browse, down­load, and pro­gram designs for the shoes. Art can be cre­at­ed…

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