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In 2012, for the first time ever, busi­ness­es spent more mon­ey on online adver­tis­ing than print adver­tis­ing. This is a momen­tous shift for the adver­tis­ing indus­try, and there is no sign of turn­ing back. The break-neck pace of tech­nol­o­gy today demands flex­i­ble, knowl­edge­able indi­vid­u­als who can think on their toes and make informed busi­ness deci­sions. Media Jobs are in high demand by com­pa­nies who want to stay in the game. With us you can find a job to match your exper­tise and start a new, excit­ing career today. Our media jobs search is your por­tal to the lat­est and great­est oppor­tu­ni­ties open­ing up near you. Sub­scribe to our Media Jobs Mar­ket Update to receive dai­ly emails with the most recent posi­tions match­ing your search. With mil­lions of jobs to choose from, our search engine will help you find the right job. Whether you are inter­est­ed in Tech­nol­o­gy, Adver­tis­ing, Ecom­merce, Online Adver­tis­ing, Social Media, Mobile or any oth­er jobs in the media indus­tries use MediaJobs.com to stay on top of recent devel­op­ments. We’re avail­able through all your favorite social net­works: LinkedIn, Twit­ter, Face­book, Google+, and RSS. Stay in the loop with our con­stant cov­er­age, when and wher­ev­er you want it.

Can a Referral on LinkedIn Increase Your Chances of Getting a Great New Job?

If you want to increase your chances of get­ting hired, then get­ting a refer­ral on LinkedIn is a great way to do it. With 175 mil­lion mem­bers LinkedIn is cer­tain­ly not the biggest social net­work avail­able, and it’s def­i­nite­ly lag­ging behind Face­book and Twit­ter in the user stakes. How­ev­er, if you want to do busi­ness, find media jobs or raise your pro­file with­in a cer­tain indus­try, then LinkedIn is the place to do it. Accord­ing to research con­duct­ed by Hub­spot, LinkedIn is 277 per cent more effec­tive than either Face­book or Twit­ter for lead gen­er­a­tion and while these fig­ures were tak­en from Hubspot’s own user base, it’s becom­ing increas­ing­ly clear that deci­sion mak­ers who are con­cerned only with net­work­ing plat­forms that deliv­er gen­uine results, are using LinkedIn more than any oth­er net­work. If you’re in the mar­ket for a job, these are the peo­ple you need to be speak­ing to and LinkedIn is where they are. Groups – LinkedIn’s Secret Weapon One of the best ways to raise your pro­file with­in a cho­sen indus­try is to join groups that are con­cerned with that par­tic­u­lar sec­tor. They are the clos­est thing to actu­al net­work­ing events that exist online and what’s more,…

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Techcrunch: Set to Disrupt NYC from 29 April – 1 May 2013

Dis­rupt is a place where any star­tup’s dreams can come true. It’s a plat­form for new busi­ness­es to high­light their prod­ucts and maybe even snag them­selves a shiny investor or two… Fol­low­ing the suc­cess of 2012’s final Techcrunch Hackathon and Dis­rupt which took place in San Fran­cis­co, the America’s fore­most tech­nol­o­gy event will trav­el back to NYC and pro­vide a plat­form for star­tups to hawk their wares and for those look­ing for media jobs the chance to meet poten­tial employ­ers. This year’s Sep­tem­ber event saw around 330 new busi­ness­es vying for the atten­tions of vis­i­tors, which includ­ed investors and incu­ba­tors as well as jour­nal­ists – all eager to make their pre­dic­tion on what might be the next big thing. Bring out the Hack­ers The Dis­rupt event always kicks off with the Hackathon – a 24-hour chance for devel­op­ers and hack­ers to show what they’re made of and come up with a fan­tas­tic con­cept. It’s a fun way to make a seri­ous point – that great ideas are borne from col­lab­o­ra­tion, cre­ativ­i­ty and good old fash­ioned hard work. This year’s Hackathon again demon­strat­ed the tenac­i­ty of the hack­ers, devel­op­ers, design­ers and project man­agers, who, fuelled by donuts, beer and red bull;…

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Discovery Channel Slowing Down?

Though Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions’ Q2 report showed earn­ings up 15.4 per­cent from last year, the com­pa­ny plans to slow its pro­duc­tion dur­ing Q3. Accord­ing to AdWeek.com, Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions CEO David Zaslav indi­cat­ed that the cul­tur­al appeal of the Olympics has affect­ed the num­ber of pre­mieres the com­pa­ny will release on its net­works dur­ing the third quar­ter, includ­ing its flag­ship net­work, the Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel. What does this mean for cus­tomers? How will the slow down affect Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions’ 2012 prof­its? Look­ing At Q2 Accord­ing to Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions’ Cor­po­rate Press Release, the Q2 earn­ings report showed a net income of $293 mil­lion, which was 15.4 per­cent high­er than the amount report­ed for Q2 2011. Total rev­enues also increased by 7 per­cent from the same quar­ter last year, with an end­ing val­ue of $1.14 bil­lion. Though the com­pa­ny’s over­all rev­enue fell slight­ly short of the $1.16 bil­lion ana­lysts had orig­i­nal­ly pre­dict­ed for this quar­ter, Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions’ Q2 net income was sig­nif­i­cant­ly high­er than the same ana­lysts had expect­ed. While finan­cial ana­lysts had pre­dict­ed earn­ings of only 70 cents per share for Dis­cov­er Com­mu­ni­ca­tions dur­ing Q2, the quar­ter­ly report showed actu­al earn­ings to equal 76 cents per share. Dur­ing Q2, Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions’ dra­mat­ic increase in…

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Doubling UP: $200 Million More for New Video Creators at YouTube

In 2011, Google invest­ed $150 mil­lion into the cre­ation of over 100 YouTube chan­nels, most of which fea­tured exclu­sive con­tent from the likes of The Onion, Slate and The Wall Street Jour­nal. Sev­er­al celebri­ties also joined the effort, includ­ing such media sen­sa­tions as Madon­na, Ash­ton Kutch­er and Amy Poehler. YouTube’s hum­ble begin­nings may have empha­sized awk­ward vlogs and end­less cat videos, but this heavy invest­ment has forced the com­pa­ny to take on a more sophis­ti­cat­ed approach. The effort proved an over­whelm­ing suc­cess, with the com­mis­sioned YouTube chan­nels quick­ly land­ing mil­lions of sub­scribers. Pleased with the results, Google is now invest­ing anoth­er $200 mil­lion in the project. Accord­ing to The Wall Street Jour­nal, this mon­ey will be used to pro­mote exist­ing chan­nels and upgrade videos for a more user-friend­­ly expe­ri­ence. A Tri­al And Error Approach To Video Con­tent Google’s YouTube ini­tia­tive has proven suc­cess­ful thus far, but it took quite a few blips along the way to get there. Chan­nels are giv­en exten­sive cre­ative license, leav­ing them with them with the oppor­tu­ni­ty to either shine or flop. Lar­ry Aidem, the mas­ter­mind behind YouTube chan­nel MyISH, expe­ri­enced sev­er­al ups and downs along the way. His first few videos fea­tured pre­sen­ters chat­ting about…

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Digital Advertising Trends to Watch in the Next 12 Months

What tech­nol­o­gy trends might be on the hori­zon? This past June, the Com­Score inter­net research firm pre­sent­ed data show­ing that mobile users of smart­phones and tablets will sur­pass desk­top users by 2014. This is con­sis­tent with a 2010 Mor­gan Stan­ley pre­dic­tion that mobile will out­pace desk­top usage with­in five years. While it is pos­si­ble that the next “Google” or “Face­book” is already incu­bat­ing some­where in a col­lege dorm room, the more like­ly trend in the next twelve months will be the use of cur­rent tech­nol­o­gy in new ways. This in turn will influ­ence how dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing is approached and imple­ment­ed. Mobile Tech­nol­o­gy and Com­merce More and more peo­ple are leav­ing the lap­top at home and rely­ing on their smart­phones and tablets for stay­ing con­nect­ed. This trend is already caus­ing a big change in media pref­er­ences and habits. Tablet users are get­ting their news dig­i­tal­ly, as evi­denced by the grow­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty of Apple’s News­stand. Users are more com­fort­able with a small­er screen for view­ing con­tent as simul­ta­ne­ous­ly screen res­o­lu­tion con­tin­ues to improve. Adver­tis­ers are tak­ing notice, craft­ing cam­paigns that cater to the mobile user. Along with receiv­ing news and oth­er media on the go, users are shop­ping and doing busi­ness via…

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