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The Shadow League is connecting Brands with Multicultural Sports Fans.

The Shadow League is connecting Brands with Multicultural Fans.

Look­ing for a job is very com­pet­i­tive. If you are only apply­ing to jobs online you will encounter sub­stan­tial com­pe­ti­tion. At MediaJobs.com our objec­tive is to make it as easy as pos­si­ble to find a job at a great com­pa­ny and with the least amount of com­pe­ti­tion. At MediaJobs.com we have estab­lished our mis­sion of Find­ing the Great Com­pa­nies First. In keep­ing with our mis­sion we have cre­at­ed this inter­view series with some of the newest star­tups in the New York City mar­ket area.   We encour­age you to learn about some of the newest com­pa­nies and think about what might be a good fit for you. What is the name and loca­tion of your com­pa­ny and who are the founders? We are The Shad­ow League and we are based in New York City. We were found­ed by media vet­er­an, Kei­th Clinkscales. How did the idea for your start-up come about? After work­ing in sports for many years, we rec­og­nized that there was a void in the world of sports jour­­nal­ism- that of the cul­tur­al per­spec­tive. Race and cul­ture is a major part of sports that wasn’t being prop­er­ly addressed and we con­sid­er our­selves to be at the inter­sec­tion of sports…

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Is the future of media a hologram, the people and Samsung think so?

Is the future of media a hologram, the people and Samsung think so?

So if you haven’t become aware, holo­grams have been appear­ing more and more of late as the tech­nol­o­gy gets refined. Holog­ra­phy or the use of holo­grams have caught the atten­tion of techies and DIY’ers. Why? The first being it uses a smart phone and it’s real­ly easy to cre­ate. I found instruc­tions of how in a wire mag­a­zine arti­cle recent­ly pub­lished; You’ll need a CD case, an x‑acto knife, graph paper, tape, and a pen—then just fol­low these steps: 1) First, use the graph paper and pen to mea­sure out a trape­zoid that is one cen­time­ter at the top, six cen­time­ters on the bot­tom, and 3.5 cen­time­ters at the sides. 2) Then using that trape­zoid and the x‑acto knife, cut out four iden­ti­cal trepe­zoids from the clear part of the CD case. 3) Cre­ate a pyra­mid by tap­ing the 3.5cm sides togeth­er. And then you’re done. Fol­low along with a tuto­r­i­al video tuto­r­i­al. Easy right! And now Sam­sung just patent­ed for a smart­phone screen that’s capa­ble of dis­play­ing objects in mid-air, in 3D. Is that right? Yes it is. Sam­sungs (jobs at Sam­sung) next phone the Galaxy S7 may be holo­graph­ic, the patent was filed back in the sec­ond half of…

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zSpace: to boldly go where no 3D VR/AR education tool has gone before.

zSpace: to boldly go where no 3D VR/AR education tool has gone before.

HP has made a prac­ti­cal VR/AR tool for edu­ca­tors, sci­en­tists, and oth­er pro­fes­sion­als that need high fideli­ty sim­u­lat­ed inter­ac­tions with com­put­er-gen­er­at­ed mod­els. They call it the Zyr dis­play, which incor­po­rates four cam­eras for head-track­­ing, a ful­ly gyro­scop­ic sty­lus that allows for both pre­cise point­ing and true 3D manip­u­la­tion of objects, and a 3D dis­play that uses spe­cial glass­es. To top that off they have also cre­at­ed a soft­ware called Zview for shar­ing Zyr 3D con­tent. Now a start­up by the name of zSpace, which is a lead­­ing-edge tech­nol­o­gy provider that is deliv­er­ing a new way of learn­ing focused on STEM edu­ca­tion, med­ical instruc­tion, cor­po­rate train­ing and research, zSpace inspires and accel­er­ates under­stand­ing through immer­sive explo­ration. zSpace (jobs at zSpace) is a pri­vate­ly held, ven­ture backed com­pa­ny locat­ed in Sun­ny­vale, CA, and has filed more than 30 patents for its inno­v­a­tive tech­nolo­gies. When you put on the glass­es, images appear in 3‑D. Cam­eras on the screen track the user’s head move­ment, let­ting them move clos­er to get a bet­ter view of objects. The sty­lus lets users pick up things and see them from every angle. The result is an expe­ri­ence that feels nat­ur­al, and pre­cise enough that it could be a learn­ing tool…

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Get the Marketing job you want with these key facts.

Get the Marketing job you want with these key facts.

How many of you have grad­u­at­ed with a B.S. in mar­ket­ing so you could go out and plan pro­mo­tion­al cam­paigns, study con­sumer behav­ior and buy media time – things you learned in col­lege? Then to final­ly get that job inter­view and be asked “how good are you at sell­ing”, and think back that sales train­ing was nev­er part of the cur­ricu­lum. Well don’t feel bad because a good num­ber of col­leges focus only on tra­di­tion­al mar­ket­ing the­o­ries which don’t tend to see much light of day until you’ve been in the game long enough and sure as hell not in your first entry lev­el job. Accord­ing to sta­tis­ti­cians, col­lege place­ment offi­cers and com­pa­ny recruiters over 25,000 stu­dents earned an under­grad­u­ate degree in mar­ket­ing last year. Rough­ly 5 peo­ple of that mas­sive total actu­al­ly got a job doing mar­ket­ing. The rea­son being com­pa­nies don’t tend to hire mar­keters with­out sales expe­ri­ence. Doing sales is how you acquire the street cred for a job in mar­ket­ing. Com­pa­nies have his­tor­i­cal­ly staffed their mar­ket­ing depart­ments with expe­ri­enced sales­peo­ple. Advice from a GE recruiter. “Any intern­ships or actu­al sales expe­ri­ence you can gain dur­ing school will give you an edge.” The prob­lem is sales and…

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Will Robots report the News and make Data journalism a thing of the Past?

Will Robots report the News and make Data journalist a thing of the past?

The only con­stant is that jour­nal­ism has to re-invent itself. With tech­no­log­i­cal out­lets ooz­ing into every­day cul­ture, the way we get what’s hap­pen­ing out in the real-world is chang­ing and it appears the new word on the streets is Data Jour­nal­ism. Data is king, and we have become like machines who only acknowl­edge the val­ues of num­bers and sta­tis­tics. More data; less social sci­ence based inves­ti­ga­tions and sto­ry­telling, towards data col­lect­ing, analy­sis and pub­lish­ing based on code, algo­rithms and soft­ware from the com­put­er sci­ences? Don’t wor­ry just yet jour­nal­ism is still all about sto­ry­telling, but the sto­ries are being told from new­er more sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly inte­grat­ed meth­ods. Start-ups are most def­i­nite­ly try­ing to cre­ate a mar­ket posi­tion for data jour­nal­ism. Per­haps in the future coders will be tak­ing over the news­room. It is amaz­ing how quick­ly feeds from drones were imple­ment­ed as a report­ing tool. Right now we have pro­grams that can be instruct­ed to cre­ate rudi­men­ta­ry sto­ries and rewrite them a myr­i­ad num­ber of ways. Arduinos have allowed a num­ber of indi­vid­u­als to cre­ate cus­tom sen­sors that can be applied in the field for sen­­sor-based jour­nal­ism, where you can cat­a­logue real world envi­ron­men­tal data. You can cap­ture any­thing from water…

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