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Accounting/Finance position (Former Employee), 1211 Avenue of Americas, 2nd floorJuly 13, 2014
Pros: good pay, great benefits, really nice coworkers, gym, very nice cafeteria
Cons: horrible management
Worked there for several years in the Accounting/Finance department. Management is HORRIBLE in the sense that there is serious micromanaging, very clickish and they literally try to intimidate their employees. I survived for so long because my manager wasn't like that BUT they certainly were afraid to speak up for their department because of how everyone – more... else was. There is a lot of work so your very busy and the company has excellent benefits. Also, the staff (non-management) workers for the most part are great people all across the board. Management is sort of our elephant in the room where the abuse (yes I have seen for myself many situations where others where badly mistreated) is spoken of in whispers. As for the other departments it seemed like it was a better work environment. So if your applying to FOX News you'd be wise to stay away from any Accounting and Finance positions. – less
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Interesting and fun workplace
Co-Op Intern (Former Employee), Washington, DCApril 18, 2014
A typical day at work was pushing a lot of stories from the wire feed we had access to, to the main website that we produced for. It was never particularly hectic, nor was it particularly slow all too often. My co-workers were very cool guys. They showed me the ropes very early on and answered any questions I asked. I learned a lot about how a newsroom – more... works, and all the parts that go into putting content on a website. – less
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Productive and fun place to work.
Production Assistant (Current Employee), Macon, GaApril 9, 2014
I learned a lot about film production and news room activities. I always knew that Journalism/Communications was where I wanted to pursue a career, but thanks to my experiences at Fox I am positive.
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Fun work environment and good experience for an entry level television job
Tape Department Production Assistant (Current Employee), 1211 Avenue of the America's, New York, NYSeptember 27, 2013
Pros: friendly work environment, experience working in breaking news, ability to work in different departments and learn new skills.
Cons: low pay, long hours including weekends, holidays and overnights, difficulty moving up from within due to many people applying for a limited number of positions.
I've began working at the Fox News Channel in early 2011. During my time there I have moved from the media desk to the tape department working on live daytime news programming. Fox has a great work environment with friendly co workers and supervisors. While at Fox I have had the opportunity to work on several shows and learn how the newsroom environment – more... works. – less
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Created News Stories and Helped With Producing News
Reporter and Production Assistant (Former Employee), FargoSeptember 10, 2013
Created stories for the 6 and 9 o'clock news while helping with production of the show
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Enjoy watching sports all day and learning things about the sports world I did not know already.
Intern (Former Employee), Chicago, ILAugust 15, 2013
A typical day was basically watching sports and cutting highlights. I learned how to cut highlights from live games and edit music into videos. the management was laid back and very comfortable to talk too. my co workers were college students and famous people so the environment was very exciting. the hardest part of the job was leaving. the most enjoyable – more... part was coming in everyday working with sports. – less
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productive and fun workplace interacting with all kinds of people
Lead Sales Associate-HMS HOST (Current Employee), Minneapolis Int'l AirportMarch 28, 2013
Pros: interacting with all kinds of people and making their day with good services...
Cons: low paying job, some annoying manager
it's always busy at work as people stop by to purchase convenient things such as water, snacks n etc. You learned lots of things from your customer as you interact with them as you are helping them. most of the managers are great except there are couple of managers that are very disrespectful, defensive, and unprofessional. the hardest part of the job – more... was to deal with those lazy manager and the most enjoyable part is interacting and helping our customers with my best ability. – less
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Had a great job and would do it again.
Coach two Little league baseball teams (Former Employee), Dallas, TXDecember 6, 2012
Pros: meet a lot of famous people
Cons: work over night
Great company to work for and start a career.
On a good day you can meet some real fine people and learn more about other lifestyles.
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Franchise News Producer (Current Employee), New York, NYJuly 30, 2012
 Produce health and business/consumer news for Fox News Edge, a network news sharing service tapped by over 150 Fox affiliates across the country