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As the media industries continue their fast growth more and more technologists are needed and thousands of technology jobs at the top companies go unfilled. In order for these companies to innovate and grow they are creating new product development jobs, software developer jobs, and product management jobs every day throughout the world. MediaJobs.com has the information that connects professionals with the people, companies, products, and resources they need to land exciting new development jobs. So, whether you’re looking for entry level development jobs or something at the other end of the spectrum like a product manager job, Mediajobs.com has the information you need to get started. Use this website to find media jobs at cutting edge technology companies throughout the world including Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, 2tor, LocalVox, Uber, Pentaho , Gigwalk, Clever and Runtastic. We also provide information about the most up and coming technology companies such as Songza, Lovely, Benchprep, Deezer and many more. The companies develop innovative websites and applications that are changing our world every day. We offer Career Intelligence for the media job seeker at MediaJobs.com You’ll find more information about the newest cutting edge companies, products and people right here. You can also search for available jobs by clicking here or using the provided search box above.

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If you’re looking for a lot of opportunities you may want to check out the over 7,000 Web Software Developer jobs available in New York as of July 2015. With a median income of $86,517 (Salary.com) and an unemployment rate of 3.8%, Web Software Developer can be a lucrative job for those with the interest and skills. It is expected that by 2022 the US will see about 20 percent employment growth for web software developers.  During that period out of roughly 141,400 positions about 28,500 jobs will need to be filled. Check out the over 7,000 web software development jobs below at MediaJobs.com    

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Ily is taking Family Mobile Phones to the Next Level.

Ily is taking Family Mobile Phones to the Next Level.

Always forgetting to call Grandma on her birthday, or just to check in real quick to see how her colonoscopy went? Coming soon is a brand new item created just for personal communication between family members. Ily is a connected device made for your home which includes smartphone apps and was developed by New York startup Insensi, CEO and founder Ilan Abehassera came up with the idea because “When I was working in California for Jive (jobs at Jive), I was traveling a lot,… and I realized that it was hard to stay in touch with my kids. And then I thought about their grandparents as well.”  Ily is taking Family Mobile Phones to the Next Level. This gave Ilan all the incentive he needed to design a device that everyone could use safely, with little friction, and to communicate with your long-distance family members. The Ily will run you $200 and should be placed in a kitchen or living room, make note, it isn’t a tablet so you shouldn’t be dragging it around with you. It’s an all in one communication box that is practical for all family members, from kids to grandparents. The interface has an 8-inch touchscreen,…

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Cable and Satellite Services are Dead, Long Live Video Streaming.

Cable and Satellite Services are Dead, Long Live Video Streaming.

During a recent conference Netflix CEO Reed Hastings perceived that linear TV (basically cable and satellite services) would start to decline in viewership and that in the next two decades Internet TV would take over. Well the results as of late make his predictions appear to be true. Netflix (find jobs at Netflix) shares have soared 70% this year as the video streaming leader has topped subscriber growth expectations twice; it added nearly 2.28 million domestic members in its most recent quarter, representing nearly 20% growth from the previous year. People’s relationship with traditional TV has gradually been changing; millennials have been decreasing Linear TV consumption, which dropped by 20% last year. According to media research firm Moffett Nathanson, pay-TV subscriptions fell by 31,000 in the first quarter. The first set of data on pay-TV subscriptions for the year has come in, showing that the industry is declining faster than thought. It’s a cord-cutting revolution which appears to be accelerating. Pay-TV subscriptions fell by 95,000 in 2013 and increased to 125,000 in 2014. About 150,000 pay-TV customers canceled video service in the three months that ended June 30, according to estimates published on Friday by Leichtman Research Group. It could be…

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Ruby on Rails Jobs in High Demand in New York

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At least in the United States, ruby on rails job holders should expect to make as much as software developers in any other programming language, on average. If working in the Bay Area, your typical junior developers will be making $60K-$80K/year on salary, but really good ones can progress really quickly up. Junior developer typically would still need some prior programming experience, but coursework could be considered, or other languages.Mid-level/career engineers have 4-5 years of ruby development, and frequently other languages are also required, such as java or C. I have never seen software engineers with “just” ruby experience.  It’s usually java + ruby, or ruby/javascript/angular/rails, or node/ruby/C++, or any combination you can think of. Mid level engineers in Bay Area make around $90-$130K on salary.Senior engineers (5+ years of industry experience), which can take a complex project that’s not super well defined, break it down, and deliver it on time, or can lead other engineers, or can champion a better process, or facilitate a complex multi-departmental projects – those unicorns are very hard to find, and for this class of engineers I’ve seen salaries between $130K and $180K. However the actual number exceedingly depends on whether the company hiring…

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Oculus Rift acquires Surreal Vision and it leaves Microsoft in the dust.

Oculus Rift acquires Surreal Vision and is and leaves Microsoft in the dust.

This news comes straight from the Oculus Rift blog page, “We’re thrilled to announce that the Surreal Vision team has joined Oculus Research”! Surreal Vision is a State of the Art computer vision team that is spearheading into the realms of real-time 3D scene construction which basically means mapping the physical world on the fly in the same way self-driving cars use LIDAR to see and create their environments. The technology generates a precise representation of the real world in the virtual environment Oculus produces to the extent that a user wouldn’t be able to distinguish between the two experiences. By bringing onboard Surreal, Oculus (jobs at Oculus Rift) gains the expertise of the three founding PhDs, Richard Newcombe, Renato Salas-Moreno, and Steven Lovegrove all from Andrew Davison’s pioneering lab at Imperial College London, So here is the magic, if Oculus Rift has the ability to replicate the world around you in real time, you could do some pretty outlandish things. Imagine sitting in your living room with your buddy who just happens to be a visiting Martian all while sharing chips from a bowl on your coffee table or vice versa. This can create a whole new level of…

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