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Multi Media Journalists Needed in Wyoming

Multi Media TV Journalists Jobs

They need Mul­ti Media Jour­nal­ists in Wyoming. If you’re look­ing for a dynam­ic oppor­tu­ni­ty in tele­vi­sion news than you may want to con­sid­er work­ing in Wyoming. For those just at the begin­ning of their career this entry lev­el posi­tion could be a great plat­form to build a career upon. Even bet­ter your work will be part of a news­room that is con­nect­ed to a nation­al news net­work. Coastal Tele­vi­sion Hold­ings Com­pa­ny LLC has open­ings for Mul­ti Media Jour­nal­ists with loca­tions in Cheyenne and Casper Wyoming. Who is Coastal Tele­vi­sion Broad­cast­ing? Found­ed in 2008 and head­quar­tered in Anchor­age, Alas­ka, Coastal Tele­vi­sion Broad­cast­ing Hold­ings LLC is engaged in the oper­a­tion and acqui­si­tion of tele­vi­sion broad­cast­ing sta­tions locat­ed in mid-to-small sized mar­kets. Coastal TV owns and oper­ates KTBY, KFNB, KLWY and WLOV, the FOX Broad­cast affil­i­ates in Anchor­age, AK, Casper, WY, Cheyenne, WY and Tupe­lo, MS, respec­tive­ly. Coastal TV also pro­vides adver­tis­ing sales and oth­er ser­vices under arrange­ments with KYUR (the ABC affil­i­ate) and KYUR-DT.2 (the CW Plus affil­i­ate) in Anchor­age, AK. Under an agree­ment between Coastal TV and the own­er of KATN, KATN-DT.2 and KATN-DT.3 in Fair­banks, Alas­ka, and KJUD, KJUD-DT.2 and KJUD-DT.3 in Juneau, Alas­ka, Coastal TV pro­vides cer­tain of the…

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Capitol Reporter Needed in Las Vegas

Capitol Reporter Job in Las Vegas

A Capi­tol Reporter job is now avail­able. If the top beat in news cov­er­age today is pol­i­tics then you can start at the top. Coastal Tele­vi­sion Hold­ings Com­pa­ny LLC is look­ing for a Capi­tol Reporter. This could be your Dream Job cov­er­ing Fed­er­al, State and Local Pol­i­tics. As a Capi­tol reporter your job will take you from Las Vegas to Wash­ing­ton DC, Alas­ka, Geor­gia, Neva­da and Wyoming. You will be work­ing with a devel­op­ing News Bureau cov­er­ing mul­ti­ple State and Fed­er­al Pol­i­tics.  Who is Coastal Tele­vi­sion Broad­cast­ing? Found­ed in 2008 and head­quar­tered in Anchor­age, Alas­ka, Coastal Tele­vi­sion Broad­cast­ing Hold­ings LLC is engaged in the oper­a­tion and acqui­si­tion of tele­vi­sion broad­cast­ing sta­tions locat­ed in mid-to-small sized mar­kets. Coastal TV owns and oper­ates KTBY, KFNB, KLWY and WLOV, the FOX Broad­cast affil­i­ates in Anchor­age, AK, Casper, WY, Cheyenne, WY and Tupe­lo, MS, respec­tive­ly. Coastal TV also pro­vides adver­tis­ing sales and oth­er ser­vices under arrange­ments with KYUR (the ABC affil­i­ate) and KYUR-DT.2 (the CW Plus affil­i­ate) in Anchor­age, AK. Under an agree­ment between Coastal TV and the own­er of KATN, KATN-DT.2 and KATN-DT.3 in Fair­banks, Alas­ka, and KJUD, KJUD-DT.2 and KJUD-DT.3 in Juneau, Alas­ka, Coastal TV pro­vides cer­tain of the sta­tions’ non-net­­work pro­gram­ming.…

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Do I want to work at Adobe?

jobs at Adobe

A Sto­ried His­to­ry There are a few tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­nies that have been around since the ear­ly days of the mod­ern tech­nol­o­gy trans­for­ma­tion of soci­ety that essen­tial­ly start­ed with the first per­son­al com­put­ing devices devel­oped in the ear­ly 1980s. Microsoft and Apple obvi­ous­ly fall into that cat­e­go­ry, and so does Adobe. Start­ed in 1982 in founder John Warnock­’s garage, Adobe start­ed out by devel­op­ing the Post­Script lan­guage, which was the first tru­ly inter­na­tion­al stan­dard for com­put­er print­ers. Thanks in large part to Steve Jobs attempt to buy the com­pa­ny ear­ly on (an offer they reject­ed) and his sub­se­quent invest­ment in their shares and licens­ing of Post­Script, Adobe was the first com­pa­ny in the his­to­ry of Sil­i­con Val­ley to become prof­itable in it’s first year. Adobe went on to devel­op dig­i­tal fonts, fol­lowed by the land­mark Illus­tra­tor soft­ware for ear­ly Apple Mac­in­tosh com­put­ers. In 1989 they released Pho­to­shop, for­ev­er chang­ing the graph­ics world, and four years lat­er they released Acro­bat and Read­er along with the PDF, which is still today an inter­na­tion­al stan­dard for dig­i­tal doc­u­ments. Their acqui­si­tion in 2005 of Macro­me­dia gave them con­trol of a slew of new prod­ucts and ser­vices, not least among them Flash. They ceased devel­op­ment of…

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NVIDIA, why work here?

NVIDIA why work at NVIDIA

In the begin­ning…NVIDIA not only saw the future of com­put­ing when they were formed back in 1993, they’ve helped to shape it ever since. Hav­ing the vision that one day the PC would become a pop­u­lar con­sumer device for play­ing games and view­ing mul­ti­me­dia con­tent of all stripes, they joined over two dozen oth­er exist­ing com­pa­nies that were devel­op­ing graph­ics chips, a num­ber that explod­ed to more than sev­en­ty with­in a cou­ple short years. By 2006, NVIDIA was the only inde­pen­dent graph­ics chip mak­er still oper­at­ing, hav­ing invent­ed the GPU in 1997 and becom­ing the stan­dard in the design­ing indus­try soon there­after. Into the Future After becom­ing a house­hold name in the gam­ing indus­try and the com­put­er world at large, in 2018 NVIDIA once again reshaped the future of graph­ics-based com­put­ing by releas­ing their new Tur­ing archi­tec­ture and their RAPIDS and Clara plat­forms among sev­er­al oth­er game-chang­ing devel­op­ments, set­ting a new stage for machine learn­ing, arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence, and robot­ics devel­op­ment and deploy­ment across a wide spec­trum of indus­tries from med­ical devices to genom­ic sequenc­ing, to self-dri­v­ing cars and every­thing in between. Com­pa­ny Overview Nvidia report­ed record rev­enues of $9.71 bil­lion in its FY18 annu­al report in Feb­ru­ary, up 41% from $6.91 bil­lion from 2017.…

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Why Working at Vice is better
than The New York Times

Why Working at Vice is Better than Working at The New York Times

How can Vice, a 23 year old com­pa­ny, com­pete with, The New York Times a 166 year old com­pa­ny? They call them­selves the “fastest grow­ing #1 Youth Media Com­pa­ny in the world” and reach over 135 mil­lion peo­ple every month glob­al­ly. Com­pare that to The New York Times 89 mil­lion unique vis­its per month and you can see who is expe­ri­enc­ing explo­sive growth. Vice offers sto­ries you can­not get else­where and also pro­vides a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive. While the NY Times was found­ed in 1851. Vice’s 23 short years has seen the com­pa­ny well out­pace the NY Times in dis­tri­b­u­tion as well as val­ue.  The NY Times has been val­ued at $1.8 Bil­lion as com­pared to Vice’s $4 Bil­lion. Vice start­ed in 1994 as a free punk mag­a­zine named the Voice of Mon­tre­al and has trans­formed into a mul­ti­me­dia com­pa­ny with both print­ed and video sto­ry­telling. Vice is dif­fer­ent. The com­pa­ny includes a record label, TV Net­work, mar­ket­ing agency, cloth­ing line, and film pro­duc­tion com­pa­ny, with oper­a­tions in more than 35 coun­tries. Licens­ing of orig­i­nal TV con­tent to domes­tic and inter­na­tion­al net­works has report­ed­ly helped the com­pa­ny increase its prof­it mar­gins dra­mat­i­cal­ly. In Feb­ru­ary of 2016 Vice launched a cable chan­nel…

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