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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.

Are Smart TV’s the Next Battlefield?

Hybrid TVs are commonly referred to as smart TVs and involve the integration of the Internet and Web 2.0 features. This is a new technology development that has been highly popular among tech savvy individuals. If you are not tech savvy, then you might be wondering what exactly Web 2.0 is. Web 2.0 is a concept that takes the network as a platform for information sharing and user-centered design on the Internet. A web 2.0 website lets users converse and work together with each other in a social media exchange as creators of content. This is commonly referred to as user-generated content. This provides for more interactivity and an enhanced user experience. Smart TV’s allow you to stream your favorite content from sources such as Netflix and YouTube. This is an excellent feature for anyone that loves watching movies or videos online. However, it is important to note that you will need an existing Netflix subscription to access movies on your Smart TV. In addition, you can use video services such as Hulu Plus and listen to your favorite music on websites such as Pandora and Rhapsody. Smart TVs can also be integrated with social networking platforms such as Twitter…

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When is a Picture Worth $1,000?

Could a picture be worth $1,000?  A new startup hopes so. Stipple is a company that focuses on image monetization and social shopping on the Internet. The technology that the company uses is called tagging which allows you to tag all copies of an image with a label and puts you in control of content and data from your images. Some of the features that Stipple offers include image analytics, advertising and messaging without widgets. The company was founded in 2010 and is a platform that enables the tagging of places and people in images that are uploaded to the World Wide Web. The company is publically traded and secured $2 million in seed funding by going public. The money that the company received was used to grow the their team and improve their product, focusing on mobile commerce. This is a good company to work for if you are interested in Internet technology because the company currently has contracts with nine photo agencies, 50 brands and more than 1,300 publishers. The company also launched a recent feature called Stipple Marketplace, which is a product that allows advertising to be delivered via their online platform. This is a useful alternative…

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AppNexus Has Too Much Money – Here’s Why

AppNexus focuses on customizable advertising technology platforms and more than billions of ads are clicked each day through their network. AppNexus has raised more than $65 million in funding and had slightly under $20 million in revenue in 2011. This year, their revenue is expected to be between $40 million and $50 million. This makes AppNexus a larger than average company, which means it might be a good place to look for a job, especially if you’re interested in online advertising. The company has raised significant funding throughout its history starting with $2.5 million of funding from angel investors in December 2007, $8M in series B funding in September 2008, $5M more in November 2009 and $50M in Series C funding in October of 2010. This funding has allowed the company to grow and provide job opportunities. Some of the jobs that are open at AppNexus include software engineers, senior software engineer, system administration, account directors (sales/account management) and a strategic partner manager. The human resources department and the business operations department are also looking to hire. The company can be classified as an advertising tech startup. Their advertising network includes advanced yield management controls, optimization algorithms and patented brand…

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The Battle for the Ad Dollars – Foursquare vs Twitter

Foursquare v Twitter

Is it better to advertise on Twitter or Foursquare? Can 20 million users be more valuable than 500 million? Twitter and Foursquare offer very different environments yet they are two of the newest and most vibrant advertising programs in the marketplace. With the launch of the new Foursquare ad program a rivalry has started between the kings of location promotion, and the giants of micro-blogging. As the online ad market expands at rapid pace Foursquare have put a stake in the ground and entered the fray with paid-for ads they term ‘promoted updates’. This latest announcement comes as creeping resentment mounts around the so-called increasing commercialisation of social media, but growing commercialisation surely equals increasing opportunities for those seeking digital media jobs and social media jobs. A Step in The Right Direction? Promoted updates or promoted tweets, whatever your poison, it seems that social media advertising has taken a leap forwards. Or backwards depending on your point of view, as this is the second commerce-related development at Foursquare Towers in the space of a week. Currently boasting more than 20million users and around one million merchants, the launch of Foursquare’s promoted updates comes on the back of ‘local updates’, which…

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The Hashable Post-Mortem – Just Why Did it Die?

Hashable

The announcement made by Hashable CEO Michael Yavonditte that the information exchange app would wind up at the end of July seems to have come as bit of a surprise; but is it really? To those looking for social or digital media jobs, the collapse of the company will remind them that successful as it is, the digital economy is not indestructible; but it will also give them an opportunity to learn from the mistakes of others. With the death of a much-lauded product that was only launched 18 months ago, it seems that the ghosts of the of the late-Nineties Dot Com Bubble are still taking victims and are lurking in the machines of each and every Internet, tablet and smartphone user who chooses which apps they will, or will not, install and which information they wish to share. As a medium by which people were encouraged to connect, share and save relationship information, Hashable was touted as the death knell for the business card, an app that would track and record each and every social connection you made, enabling you to showcase who you’ve just met, to who you’ve (probably) met before. This way, you can grow your…

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