Worked for CMGO for 25 years. Great memories, great co-workers and managers. Nice place to work but it really depends on the department. A lot of changes over the years and a great deal of laid offs. Overall a great place to work.
A typical day at Cox was mostly me sitting at a machine feeding ads and coupons into a line that makes a newspaper. I learned a fair bit about industry and machine work. My coworkers were all wonderful and the best part of the job. The worst part of the job was easily management and scheduling. I was frequently rescheduled without any warning, and management frequently seemed out to get me, up until the end of my employment there.
Great friendly work environment. A great learning experience.
Commercial Production Paid Intern (Current Employee) – Dayton, Ohio – February 21, 2013
I am given project by clients within the Ohio Region. I produce and edit 10, 15, and 30 second TV commercial spots for our local TV station, Channel 7 in Dayton, Ohio. I have learned editing in Adobe Premiere Pro and Sony Vegas. I have great co-workers who I have participated in On-Location shooting. They have taught me about the process of getting a TV commercial done from start to finish. The hardest part of my job is how precise I want my project to be. Editing can take a long time, but I want the best work I can do. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with my co-workers and seeing my finished projects.