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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Emmis Communications in July 2014.
The interview process was pretty straight forward, but communication via e-mail was short and information provided was very vague. When asked to finally come in was told to just show up at 3pm on Friday. No information was given to where to go, who to ask for, where to park (it's downtown Indy) so I found that a little frustrating. Took a half day off and went on a Friday to meet at 3. The person I interviewed with showed up about 15 minutes late...so wasn't very impressed so far. Interview was pretty standard as I've been doing exactly what they required for the past 3 years and had more than enough experience. Thought it went well and was told be in touch next week to maybe show a few examples of some of my work. Followed up with e-mail after interview, and after not hearing anything for a week followed up again. Again...nobody responded with anything. Seems to be the status quo for companies to not follow up and allow job searches to take our valuable time off from work and pay parking, etc to not even get a response that you didn't get a job.
Emmis Communications is into communicating -- whether it's through the radio or magazines. It owns and operates more than 20 radio stations serving more than a half dozen markets in the US, including clusters of stations in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City. Emmis also owns Network Indiana, which syndicates programming to more than 70 affiliate stations, and it has radio stations in Belgium and other parts of Europe. In addition to broadcasting, the company owns a portfolio of regional magazines and specialty publications, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Texas...