Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
3.2 of 5 11 reviews
www.wbie.com Burbank, CA
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Wanna play a video game, Doc? Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, licenses and develops games based on properties in the Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment family, including movies (Batman Returns, Harry Potter) and TV shows (Looney Toons, Justice League). The company has development agreements with THQ (Constantine), Take Two Interactive (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), and Electronic Arts (Batman Returns). Stars of Warner Bros. films frequently lend their voice talents to the company's tie-in games.

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Employees say it's “OK”   11 ratings

3.2

62% Approve of the CEO   8 ratings

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Martin Tremblay

President

Intelligent and hardworking staff working on high profile IP

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Pros: - Very capable and intelligent staff, these people know what they are doing
- Management understands games business and are well respected
- Great IP, DC Entertainment, Lord Of the Rings/Hobbit, Harry Potter, and Lego properties to work with, just…
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Senior Software Engineer

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$106,000
$97k
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Vice President, Integrated Marketing

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$156,000
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Producer

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$90,995
$86k
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Oct 2010 – Reviewed Sep 1, 2011

Interview Details – Sent resume to company through friend who worked there. Call from recruiters followed in the next week. They scheduled a phone interview with the team that went very well. Next week I was invited to come up for an in person interview and it also went very well.Full Interview

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