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30+ days ago

Hot 97 AM Writer/ Executive Director

Emmis Communications New York, NY

HOT 97 AM SHOW WRITER/ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The one and only legendary and globally recognized hip hop epicenter, HOT 97 is seeking a talented… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

IT Assistant (Part-Time)

Emmis Communications Indianapolis, IN

IT Assistant (Part-Time) great media.great people.great service. Emmis Communications is the ninth-largest radio broadcaster in the United States… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Project Coordinator

Emmis Communications Indianapolis, IN

The Sales Project Coordinator is responsible for tracking and coordinating… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Newsradio KLBJ-AM Producer - Part Time

Emmis Communications Austin, TX

Newsradio KLBJ-AM Producer - Part Time great media.great people.great service. Emmis Communications is the ninth-largest radio broadcaster in… Glassdoor


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Emmis Communications Chairman, President, and CEO Jeff Smulyan
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    Great working environment, but poor management strategy

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL

    I worked at Emmis Communications

    Pros

    Familial environment, including flex hours, a cheery office and group functions that build the feeling of a team working together

    Cons

    The choices of promotions, and the choices of who were fired and who were kept, belied a nepotism that might actually turn out to be the company's undoing. A few key players stay on at the expense of many other hard workers who sought some change in an already volatile radio industry. Promotions from within the company, and promotions of previous coworkers and personal friends, leads to less diversity and therefore less effective business-making decisions. Kind of like the Bush Administration, I suppose.

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    See above. Radio is in a tough spot, and it could use some people who aren't "lifers" to give an outside perspective, allowing it to make the bridge between terrestrial and online media.

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