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Motion Picture Production & Distribution
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  • "Photography Intern"

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    Former Employee - Photography Intern in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Photography Intern in New York, NY
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    Pros

    This company really values their employees and what they can bring to the table. Everyone is very nice and a pleasure to work with. This was very important as an Intern in a corporate setting. I would recommend working here to anyone.

    Cons

    There was no room for a permanent position as another photographer.

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    Senior Social Media Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at WNET (New York, NY) in August 2016.

    Interview

    HR phone call was very cursory, and seemed more interested in discussing salary requirements than providing information on the company.

    In-person meeting with hiring manager was fine. Hiring manager was more interested in micro-view questions like past campaign work (I could have just given you case studies, had you asked) and "what-if-you-had-this-job" hypotheticals instead of a more macro-view discussion on the role social media has in, or the challenges and opportunities specific to, the company. No discussion about the company's own strategies and philosophies about social, nor mine. No discussion about how non-linear viewing habits effect marketing linear TV, and what or how social/digital can contribute to overcome those. The interview was more basic and focused on tactics and process than I've had in years, it was a bit jarring.

    HR ignored follow-ups, until sending a form letter rejection email weeks later.

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