MLB Advanced Media

  www.mlbam.com
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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Operated By Major League Baseball
Founded 2000
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

This company is ready to play ball online. MLB Advanced Media (MLBAM) is the Internet and interactive media arm of Major League Baseball (MLB). It operates the league's website, MLB.com, as well as all 30 individual MLB team websites. MLB.com offers news, schedules, standings, and statistics from around the league. The site also provides live full-game audio and video streaming for subscribers. In addition to subscription fees, MLBAM generates revenue through advertising and sponsorships, along with ticket sales through its Tickets.com subsidiary. The baseball league... More

Working at MLB Advanced Media

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Employees say it's “OK”   36 ratings

2.8

64% Approve of the CEO   22 ratings

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Bob Bowman

President and CEO

Great experience; internship highly dependent on quality/interest level of the beat reporter you shadow.

  Former Associate Reporter in Washington, DC

Pros: Editors and producers are generally helpful
Can't beat covering baseball for a summer
Compensation seems above-average, particularly for a journalism internship
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Java Engineer

8 MLB Advanced Media Salaries

$108,125
$98k
$116k

User Interface Engineer

3 MLB Advanced Media Salaries

$97,500
$90k
$103k

Database Administrator

3 MLB Advanced Media Salaries

$103,981
$95k
$113k

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Accepted Offer Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interview Details – I submitted my resume through my school's career service center. The recruiter got back to me fairly quickly and the interview questions were fairly straight forward (about my background, how my choice of study relates to the job requirements, etc.).Full Interview

Interview Question:
How many people in your city view our official website each month? Answer Question

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