E! Entertainment Television

  www.eentertainment.com
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Headquarters Los Angeles, CA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Media
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors A&E Networks, Radar Media, TMZ

Telling the true stories of Hollywood fuels this network. E! Entertainment Television operates a cable-TV network reaching approximately 97 million US homes with a mix of celebrity gossip, entertainment news, and reality-based programming. Its schedule includes such shows as The Soup, Chelsea Lately and the True Hollywood Story series on celebrity scandals. The company operates corresponding website E! Online, which reaches more than 6 million unique US users per month and has more than 20,000 entertainment news stories archived. It also runs sister channel Style Network... More

Working at E! Entertainment Television

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Employees are “Satisfied”   26 ratings

3.5

59% Approve of the CEO   5 ratings

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Stephen Burke

President

Not the highest paying job, but a great place to work.

  Former Producer in Los Angeles, CA

Pros: I liked working at E! because I enjoyed the work atmosphere and my co-workers. Overall it's a great place to work with great people and not as much stress as comparable jobs at other networks. Full Review

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Digital Artist

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$52,250
$44k
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Associate Producer - Hourly

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$21.93/hr
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Associate Producer

2 E! Entertainment Television Salaries

$43,045
$41k
$45k

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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jan 26, 2014

Interview Details – The interviewing process was semi informal. I feel like they want to know you have a strong work ethic but are a real person. Working an a TV show is long work and you need wear many hats. Everyone at this company, for the most part, is young. Try and keep upFull Interview

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