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Welcome to Media Jobs: Technology Jobs

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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.

Gigwalk: Mobilizing an Entire Workforce By Via App

Need to earn a few extra bucks? Why not do it on your way to the office? Today’s increas­ing­ly sophis­ti­cat­ed – and younger – work­force is look­ing for employ­ment, and it wants work that it can fit around it already busy lifestyle. Enter Gig­walk, the app that calls itself a ‘mobile work mar­ket­place’ and as well as it’s mem­bers, Gig­walk may also be worth watch­ing if you’re look­ing for social media jobs. Ana­lysts pre­dict that by 2014, 47% of US work­ers will be under the age of 35 all of whom will be smart, tech savvy, increas­ing­ly vir­tu­al and look­ing for ever more inter­est­ing ways to make mon­ey. As the pre­vi­ous gen­er­a­tion of baby-boomers refuse to budge from their high­er lev­el posi­tions, these young peo­ple are find­ing it increas­ing­ly dif­fi­cult to get a foot on the lad­der. So what do they do? They turn to their smart­phone and look for work online, that’s what. The idea obvi­ous­ly has mer­it as the $1.7 mil­lion in start-up cap­i­tal hand­ed over to the Gig­walk team will attest. The mon­ey has come from from Grey­lock Dis­cov­ery Fund man­aged by LinkedIn co-founder Reed Hoff­man and Har­ri­son Met­al which was found­ed by Michael Dear­ing, a for­mer…

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Clever – Taking Education Technology Out of the Dark

Help­ing schools har­ness the lat­est tech­nol­o­gy to help them run more effi­cient­ly has so far proved a dif­fi­cult nut for tech­nol­o­gy com­pa­nies to crack. Until now. While busi­ness­es across the Globe latch on to new tech­nol­o­gy, edu­ca­tion has been a lit­tle slow­er to catch on. In a bid to help improve things, new start-up Clever has entered the fray and already has 2,000 schools signed up to its ser­vices. If you’re look­ing for media job, it might just pay to be Clever. Add to that the fact that the com­pa­ny believes it’s one of the first K‑12 start-ups to be accept­ed onto Y‑Combinator and it seems they may be onto some­thing. Edu­ca­tion – Slow to Inno­vate? Tra­di­tion­al­ly, the prob­lem with the edu­ca­tion mar­ket has been that tech com­pa­nies were unable to access data on stu­dent atten­dance and grades. Because of this they haven’t been able to devel­op tech­nol­o­gy that can assist schools in run­ning their oper­a­tions more effec­tive­ly. Impor­tant data that’s been stored away in Stu­dent Infor­ma­tion Sys­tems (SIS) has been seri­ous­ly off lim­its, and as a result, inno­va­tion and advance­ment has suf­fered. This has caused some seri­ous prob­lems for schools as the rest of the World embraces 21st Cen­tu­ry…

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Austrian startup Runtastic launches new indoor fitness apps with hardware

Run­tas­tic, the Euro­pean fit­ness app start­up which debuted in 2009, is expand­ing its suite to include indoor exer­cise as well as out­door, after spec­tac­u­lar suc­cess in 2012. As chief rev­enue offi­cers or busi­ness devel­op­ment asso­ciates can tes­ti­fy, any fledg­ling fit­ness app firm not only has to carve out a unique space in a teem­ing mar­ket, it has to face some real Goliaths, too.  Big beasts like Nike, Run­K­eep­er and Map­My­Fit­ness have cor­nered large swathes of this par­tic­u­lar com­mer­cial jun­gle. Fit­ness moves indoors in time for the win­ter But Run­tas­tic has undoubt­ed­ly been savvy in devel­op­ing a unique appeal.  Its apps pro­vide a sim­pler user expe­ri­ence than the more pro-ori­en­­tat­ed prod­ucts, while still offer­ing the stronger func­tion­al­i­ty found at the high-end of the mar­ket.  Its apps and online ser­vices are designed to encour­age new­bies and hard­core vet­er­ans alike to shape up and stay fit, track­ing and ana­lyz­ing fit­ness data and offer­ing words of encour­age­ment to get off the couch and get exer­cis­ing. Its nine orig­i­nal apps focused on out­door exer­cis­es like run­ning and cycling.  The four new apps con­cen­trate on indoor fit­ness train­ing plans, all devel­oped by expert train­ers and aimed at boost­ing users’ sta­mi­na and strength by tar­get­ing sets of…

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Songza Makes its First Trip Outside US and One Million Canadians Can’t Be Wrong

Free music stream­ing ser­vice Songza has offered it wares out­side the US for the first time and bagged itself a mil­lion new users in the process. Sounds impres­sive, but when you add to that the fact that these Songza con­verts have signed up in a lit­tle over two months then the fig­ures are real­ly rather star­tling and great news for any­one look­ing for music media jobs. It also snatched one mil­lion new users in just 10 days in the US fol­low­ing its iPad launch, and has accrued two mil­lion more since then. The $1.5 mil­lion the com­pa­ny attract­ed in out­side fund­ing in a round led by Amazon.com Inc., Deep Fork and Meta­mor­phic also inspires con­fi­dence. So what is it about Songza that makes it so attrac­tive? It’s a free music stream­ing ser­vice that oper­ates on a radio license and can pro­vide lis­ten­ers with per­son­al­ized playlists. So far, so Spo­ti­fy and Pan­do­ra. How­ev­er, when you add into the mix that Cana­da doesn’t have access to either Spo­ti­fy or Pan­do­ra then it per­haps begins to make a lit­tle more sense. Cana­di­an audi­ences can use Rdio or 8tracks, but these aren’t even in the same league as the afore­men­tioned stream­ing giants. So What…

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Why big data startups can expect big investment

Tech­nol­o­gy star­tups spe­cial­iz­ing in big data are set for extra­or­di­nar­i­ly lucra­tive times, accord­ing to a new report from Gart­ner Research. In news guar­an­teed to bring a smile to the face of every chief rev­enue offi­cer and busi­ness devel­op­ment asso­ciate in the land, Gartner’s research sug­gests that big data will gen­er­ate a mas­sive spend on IT, amount­ing to $232 bil­lion by 2016. Implic­it in this head­line fig­ure, how­ev­er, is the will­ing­ness of the ven­ture cap­i­tal investor com­mu­ni­ty to go on fund­ing big data star­tups. Last week, Moun­tain View-based start­up Bloom­reach announced that it had secured $25 mil­lion for its seman­tics-inspired big data appli­ca­tions, while fel­low ris­ing star Mon­go­HG raised a cred­itable $6 mil­lion for its unique data­base as a ser­vice. Mean­while, the cre­ator of the first SQL-com­­pli­ant data­base fash­ioned spe­cial­ly for Big Data appli­ca­tions, bagged a $4 mil­lion invest­ment for its new SQL Engine. One man’s deep dis­rup­tion is another’s oppor­tu­ni­ty The pletho­ra of well-fund­ed star­tups in the field of big data is no mere con­tin­gency; accord­ing to Randy Bias, the Co-founder and Chief Tech­nol­o­gy Offi­cer of Cloud­scal­ing, the whole mar­ket is under­go­ing a “deep dis­rup­tion.”  The IT mod­el pio­neered by leviathans like Ama­zon, Google and Twit­ter begins with ultra-effi­­cient dat­a­cen­ters,…

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