Mission: Screenvision Media is a premier cinema, video, and media organization that curates powerful and uncluttered storytelling for brands, exhibitors, and audiences at movie theatres nationwide. Our goal is to create engaging, technology forward media solutions for all of our ...
March 4, 2016
Though relatively new in my tenure as Screenvision Media’s CEO, I’ve been thoughtfully absorbing your Glassdoor comments these past several months. It would be temptingly easy to dismiss these comments as unfounded or dated since many of them pre-date my arrival, but regardless of how diligently we’ve been working to revitalize our organization, I know there are grains of truth in most of your comments and much we can do to continue to improve.
Many of these reviews express a simple frustration that your voices aren’t being heard. Opening up new channels of communication is a top priority to me. My first day at Screenvision Media began with a town hall meeting and we continue to host bi-monthly, all-hands gatherings to maintain an ongoing, open discussion of where we’re at as a company. Our newly redesigned website also includes a forum where employees can voice their feedback more privately directly to me or our head of human resources.
Additionally, I will keep reading and absorbing your Glassdoor comments, viewing this space as an active forum helping to guide me in ways to keep improving the culture and morale of our company. Experience has taught me that you can’t please everyone all the time, but I promise we’ll keep striving to please more of you more of the time.
Thanks to all of you for caring enough to voice your feelings. Keep sharing the bad and the good. We’ll keep doing our best to respond and evolve.
John Partilla - Chief Executive Officer
Screenvision, the innovation leader in cinema advertising, provides premium marketing and media solutions for advertisers and comprehensive representation of the cinema advertising interests of its theatrical exhibitor partners.
Our network has approximately 2,300 theatres, and 14,200 screens, inclusive of nearly 400 universities across all 50 States and 94% of U.S. DMAs, and through this network delivers over a half billion annual admissions. Headquartered in New York City, Screenvision provides national and regional advertisers with on-screen advertising, in-lobby promotions and integrated marketing programs, servicing these advertisers through offices in New York City, Chicago, Detroit, and Los Angeles. The company’s Screenvision Direct business unit services local advertisers through 5 regional offices and local sales representatives nationwide.
Screenvision represents over 150 of the nation’s theatrical exhibitors, including 6 of the top 10 exhibitor companies. In addition to cinema advertising sales and media management, the company provides production services, High Definition digital network installation and management, digital entertainment preshow production, alternative content services and other associated products and services for its family of exhibitors.
Moviegoing is the number one leisure activity in the U.S., attracting millions of young, affluent consumers in a unique, distraction-free environment.
Cinema Fast Facts
Lights, Camera, Careers!
As the worldwide leader in cinema marketing solutions, Screenvision places local, regional and national advertising in over 15,000 cinemas coast-to-coast. From big-budget pre-movie commercials, to screen slides for local businesses, to innovative in-theatre promotions, Screenvision is leading the charge.
Marketers are increasingly turning to cinema advertising for its amazing visual impact, distraction-free environment, and young, affluent audiences. Come help us meet the demand by being part of the advertising industry’s fastest growing segment!
I have been working at Screenvision full-time (Less than a year)
Great benefits, they are very good at looking out for you
some say upper management is corrupt, but I have not sort of proof
Advice to Management
fix your corruption
I applied online. I interviewed at Screenvision (Dallas, TX).
After taking two online and video assessments, I was invited to the regional office for a face-to-face interview with the hiring manager. I arrived 10 minutes early. The hiring manager arrived 10 minutes late, Starbucks in hand (apparently Starbucks was more important than being on time). No apology, no explanation.
After asking a few questions about my direct experience for the position and a description of the position and daily functions, he/she went on to describe his/her own career trajectory. A brief discussion of the business and the industry brought about from my own questions, then more about him/her.
Half of our 40 minute interview was about his/her meteoric career.