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Decent Place to Work
Lead Programmer, Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Charlotte, NCJuly 15, 2017
Cross Media is a decent place to work. The bosses do care about their employee although as the time they can over look their need for work life balance.
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A great place to learn
COPYWRITING INTERN (Current Employee) –  Philadelphia, PAMarch 3, 2016
I was interested in learning about media and, despite being a copywriting major, they were willing to teach me the basics and help me develop an understanding about media. Very friendly and helpful staff.
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Great place to learn new things
Marketing Analytics Intern (Current Employee) –  New York, New YorkMarch 11, 2015
Great media agency where I learnt a lot and also had whole load of fun!

Work hard party harder is their motto. The analytics team cross media is a great team to learn and they really are one of the best minds in the industry!
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