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Traffic Operations Manager

Tennis Channel Santa Monica, CA

for TrafficOperations Manager Tennis Channel ( is the only24-hour, television-based multimedia destination dedicated to both… Tennis Channel

10 days ago


Tennis Channel Santa Monica, CA

for Jr. Producer Freelancer/Santa Monica Tennis Channel ( is the only 24-hour, television-based multimedia destination… Tennis Channel

3 days ago

Transmissions Operator - Freelance – new

Tennis Channel Culver City, CA

for Transmission Operator (Freelance) Tennis Channel ( isthe only 24-hour, television-based multimedia destination dedicated… Tennis Channel

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    Most employees are either B/C players or just cashing their checks looking for a better gig.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Santa Monica, CA
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    I have been working at Tennis Channel full-time (more than a year)


    Most of the people here are nice enough, depending on your department you may have the opportunity to travel a lot, especially internationally, and the work/life balance is great compared to other production/network jobs.


    Many people are temps, and even some permanent employees are treated as temps with no benefits and no standardized review structure. Most upper management are not passionate about their jobs and do whatever the bare minimum is in order to keep their jobs. None of the content on Tennis Channel's air is inventive or creative in any sense, and if you look at the ads being run on the channel, it is obvious that TC has no money and a small subscriber base...

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    Make sure all full time employees receive benefits, establish better communication between HR and other departments to have some sort of institutionalized system of review and advancement, clean out the fat at the VP level, and hire new people that are passionate about tennis and want to bring new ideas to the table. The whole company is incredibly stale.

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