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I have been working at News International full-time for more than a yearPros
Technology has really moved ahead at News International in the last few years. Great environment to work in and leading the industry forward.
The company has gone through it's fair share of trouble but believe that it is coming through this now with increasing digital sales, and deals such as the new Premier League one just signed.Cons
Fast pace - if you don't like to be held accountable and to work hard then don't work hereeAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Don't lose focus on transformation in our industryRecommendsPositive Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week - interviewed at News International in September 2012.Interview Details
Was contacted by a recruitment agency for the job. Interview was set up quickly and lasted one hour.
First i was ask to go more into details about my career and educational background then the person told me about the offer and asked if i had any questions. Obviously he was expecting some questions so I asked about technical stuff of the job (what systems do they use ? what are the on-going projects ?) and about the organization (team, who reports to who...)
I also had to answer about specific tasks I had done in the past that could be linked with the role.No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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These papers cover more than international news. The UK newspaper subsidiary of US-based News Corporation, News International publishes leading national daily The Times (with a circulation of about 500,000) and its weekend companion The Sunday Times, along with London tabloid The Sun. News International also publishes online editions of its flagship publications. In 2011, parent company News Corporation stopped publication of the UK's most popular tabloid, News of the World, as a result of a phone hacking scandal. In addition to its UK publications, News Corporation also...