While I loved what I did on a day to day basis, Golf Channel underwent a lot of changes while I was there, including change of ownership twice, three physical moves, and three different presidents. Each new regime restructured the company in their own fashion and as such there was a lot of shuffling/letting go/hiring of employees. When I left, I was not confident that things were not going to change again, which left a lot of projects in limbo, and people with worry.
All that said, the people we hired were great - we took pride in building our teams with the right people. We got to play with new technologies and were largely left to our own devices when it came to the "how" of a project. (There were, of course, corporate mandated systems we were required to use.)
Overall the company treated us very well, the work was interesting, and the people were fantastic. The day-to-day was great. The hardest part of the job was dealing with management who wouldn't make decisions because of the uncertainty in the corporate structure, and was ultimately the cause of my departure.