I worked at Raycom full-time
Friendly work environment, training opportunities, community-feel
Pay is conservative, was laid off during holidays with no notice which seemed inconsiderate.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Raycom.
Very loose in the interview process. They only wanted to know what programs I was comfortable using. When they talk to you they're pretty nice and give you a very basic outline of what your job is. You aren't able to do much the first month and generally work on editing or cutting in video that's recycled broadcast to broadcast. The area is clean but the equipment is old. The other employees are really nice and are friendly. If you're hired you go through a battery of watching old videos of workplace information and are forced to sign a non-compete contract.
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