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3 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager, Customer Acquisition – new

RealNetworks Seattle, WA

The Senior Marketing Manager, Customer Acquisition will implement the outbound marketing strategy to aggressively drive sign-ups and paid… RealNetworks

1 day ago

Software Development Engineer – new

RealNetworks Seattle, WA

The Mobile Entertainment Group powers the RingBack Tone solution for our carrier partners. Designed to deliver a superior customer experience, the… RealNetworks

1 day ago

Sr. JavaScript Developer – new

RealNetworks Seattle, WA

This position participates in the designs, development, programming, documentation, analysis, and testing of complex cloud / web-based software… RealNetworks

3 days ago

Business Development Manager – new

RealNetworks Seattle, WA

We are looking for an Account Manager/ Business Development Manager to join this new and exciting team. What you will own, manage and be accountable… RealNetworks

6 days ago

Customer Acquisition Manager

RealNetworks New York, NY

Ideal candidate will have a proven track record and 3-5 years of experience creating mobile advertising campaigns. This person must be a self-starter… RealNetworks

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RealNetworks Founder, Chairman & Interim CEO Rob Glaser
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    Fun, yet somewhat unpredictable

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at RealNetworks full-time


    The people who work here are smart, fun and engaging. If you choose the right product team, work can be very fulfilling. The company culture is in the process of changing and becoming more transparent and technically relevant.


    RealNetworks has historically been involved in way too many businesses and lacks focus. There are lots of unpredictable changes that come from the upper tiers of management that seem like they are from left field. Compensation and benefits are good if you are on the right project and have a strong manager to advocate on your behalf.

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    Empower individuals at the lower tiers to help influence the direction of the company. Keep technical and product decisions and the lower levels and provide only guidance and goals at the higher levels.

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    Disapproves of CEO