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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.

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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Why Online Clothing Stores will Love this Innovation from Fovo

Why Online Clothing Stores will Love this Innovation from Fovo

Online cloth­ing stores are not earn­ing their pro­por­tion of wom­en’s cloth­ing sales due to one obsta­cle and Fovo may have the answer that could change wom­en’s shop­ping behav­ior for­ev­er. Online com­merce is clear­ly becom­ing the pref­er­ence for a grow­ing per­cent­age of the world, as is evi­denced by the suc­cess of com­pa­nies such as Ama­zon, Aliba­ba, and many oth­ers that include both a lit­tle of every­thing — such as the afore­men­tioned ‘vir­tu­al malls’ — and very spe­cif­ic offer­ings, such as shoes from Zap­pos. The lat­ter is a bit sur­pris­ing con­sid­er­ing how com­mon it is to try shoes on and walk in them before deter­min­ing whether the brand, style, and size are the right fit. There’s almost noth­ing worse than spend­ing a day walk­ing around in poor­ly fit­ting shoes. Why Don’t Online Cloth­ing Stores Do as Well? As pop­u­lar as all of these options are, shop­ping at online cloth­ing stores is still a lag­ging indi­ca­tor when it comes to wom­en’s e‑commerce. It seems that about 70% of women still pre­fer to shop for their clothes in a phys­i­cal store so that they can try them on and see how they feel and what they look like on their bod­ies before com­mit­ting cash to the trans­ac­tion.…

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The 63 Year Old Gaming Publisher

The 63 Year Old Gaming Publisher Publisher's Clearing House

If you’re look­ing for media jobs with new and inno­v­a­tive com­pa­nies, it’s like­ly that you may have inves­ti­gat­ed oppor­tu­ni­ties with a gam­ing pub­lish­er. After all, gam­ing is one of the fastest grow­ing and most pop­u­lar mar­kets in the world with­in the sphere of tech­nol­o­gy. But gam­ing isn’t only, as many think of it, devel­op­ing MMORPGs or the next Minecraft. In fact, if you’re look­ing for a job in gam­ing that’s kind of under the radar with prob­a­bly a lot less com­pe­ti­tion, you might want to con­sid­er jobs at Pub­lish­er’s Clear­ing House. Yes, you read that right. Con­fused? Don’t be. The com­pa­ny that you prob­a­bly asso­ciate with mag­a­zines, large checks being deliv­ered to peo­ple’s doors while the cam­eras are rolling, and prob­a­bly old­er peo­ple (if you’re being hon­est) is actu­al­ly the fifth largest gam­ing pub­lish­er in the world today. Yes, real­ly. PCH uses gam­ing and flash-pur­chase oppor­tu­ni­ties to keep their cus­tomers enter­tained and engaged once they’ve reg­is­tered online in the hopes of get­ting one of those big checks deliv­ered to their own door. How is a 63 Year Old Gam­ing Pub­lish­er the 5th Largest? For­get about the mag­a­zine sub­scrip­tions your grand­moth­er bought try­ing to win big with the com­pa­ny, today’s PCH is all about data and mar­ket­ing automa­tion. The com­pa­ny…

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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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