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30+ days ago

Manager, Ad Trafficking Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The New York Times New York, NY

• Accountable for project delivery. Site Integration (20%) • Collaborate on strategy and lead the implementation of pixeling advertisers sites or… VelvetJobs.com


19 days ago

Art Director Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The New York Times New York, NY

The New York Timess branded content agency, T Brand Studio, is looking for a well-rounded Art Director to create beautiful, integrated and effective… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Technical Lead - B2B Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The New York Times New York, NY

New York Times is seeking an experienced Technical Lead / Java Developer / Architect that will be responsible for technical oversight of the B2B… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Hadoop Administrator Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The New York Times New York, NY

• Implementation and ongoing administration of Hadoop infrastructure • Initial and ongoing cluster tuning and optimization • Design, implementation… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Information Security Analyst Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The New York Times New York, NY

Analyst will be responsible for ongoing monitoring and reporting of security incidents along with projects and tasks associated with security and… VelvetJobs.com


8 days ago

MBA Summer Internship - Strategy & Development Job - Entertainment and Media Ind

The New York Times New York, NY

MBA Interns will work with the broader S&D team to complete at least one high-impact project over the course of the summer in Strategy, Development… VelvetJobs.com


4 days ago

Marketing Manager, Retention Marketing Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Op

The New York Times New York, NY

include: • Develop and manage marketing campaigns aimed at improving subscriber retention across multiple channels (email, direct mail, on-site… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Sr. Software Engineer - Search Engine Optimization Job - Entertainment and Media

The New York Times New York, NY

Mastery of Java or Python and experience with both. Mastery of HTML, JavaScript, CSS and… VelvetJobs.com


30+ days ago

Junior Ad Trafficking Job - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

The New York Times New York, NY

• Work directly with Marketing Traffic Manager to perform all aspects of campaign management, including implementation, testing, deployment… VelvetJobs.com


4 days ago

Product Analyst Internship Cig Summer 2015 Job - Entertainment and Media Industr

The New York Times New York, NY

• Proactively identify insights that help stakeholders achieve their objectives and improve our products and services. • Influence internal… VelvetJobs.com


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    New York Times serves the public interest and even democracy but does not pretend to be an egalitarian place

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    high standards, excellent staff, nice view from the cafeteria view, prestige beyond measure

    Cons

    colleagues are superficially collegial but not really open to social interaction. in part, this is because deadline pressure is intense, and because pressure to metamorphose the NYT from a print to a digital medium has created extreme tensions among employees of different classes: between employees of different generations, between journalists and content-disseminators, between newcomers and established people in fear of their jobs.

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    In addition to corporate-organized group activities like brown bag lunch seminars, permit employees a little freedom during the day to talk to one another without incurring supervisors' displeasure. The morale -- and the journalism -- would both benefit.

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