“The mission of public broadcasting informs the decision process at all levels of the WETA organization. ”
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at WetaRecommendsApproves of CEORecommendsApproves of CEO
* Collegial atmosphere, mutually supportive and cooperative
* Civility a hallmark of personal and professional interactions
* Clear direction and relevant, useful feedback from management
* Appropriate delegation
* Resources available when required to complete assignments
* Career advancement slow or non-existent
* Salaries low compared to for-profit companies
* Ratio of managers to worker bees upside down
* Preponderance of males in positions of authority, females in subordinate positions
Advice to Management
There is very little fat in lower paid staff positions, but a great deal in higher paid management positions. Recommend review and consolidation of management responsibilities.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAccepted OfferPositive Experience
I applied online – interviewed at Weta.
Was contacted by the manager and scheduled a one to one interview.
The interview process was standard and the person who interviewed me was very nice.
Received a call back a few days later from HR and received the offer letter the same day.
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The Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association is a leading public broadcaster serving the Washington, DC, area with a television station and a radio station operating under the call letters WETA. It is also a leading producer of content for the Public Broadcasting Service, including PBS NewsHour (created in partnership with MacNeil/Lehrer Productions) and Washington Week. WETA has also co-produced several documentaries by Ken Burns, including The Civil War and Baseball. The not-for-profit organization was formed in 1953 and received a TV broadcast...