Working at Fox was a great experience, and a great resume builder but I often felt overworked and underpaid. If you live with your parents this is the perfect place to start off your career, but if you are an independent person working here will have it's career perks but you may need to get a second job to support yourself.
Not a lot of opportunity for upward movement, not enough pay, hard work goes unoticed, no free parking
PR Intern/ Special Events Officer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 8, 2018
Productive and great place to work with great exposure, Management was great and was willing to see their interns grow. Very client facing and was about to rotate between teams in order to achieve the major goal.
Freelance Camera Operator / Editor (Former Employee) – Trenton, NJ – April 16, 2018
Manage interdisciplinary teams to evolve creative concepts into clear sets of deliverables Define the scope of projects (goals, deliverables, schedule, and budget) Serve as primary client contact, defining the project vision and managing expectations Play a dual role of client advocate and R/GA team advocate Keep projects on track through clear task lists, issue tracking, status reports, and meeting notes Lead meetings and conference calls, and effectively set up the presentation of creative work Communicate project issues and resolution to the client and internal team
Master Control Operator (Former Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – February 12, 2016
For starters I was in the operations department as a MCO (Master Control Operator). The job had decent hours for work/life balance, meaning there weren't any odd hours to work other than the overnight shift. Compensation was decent, although they're in a smaller market so they pay a little less and I'm not entirely sure but I don't think they offer overnight shift differential. Job security was phenomenal, if you did your job correctly or showed even a remote interest in getting better at your job they loved you. Management was the best I had ever had, they were understanding, motivating, and sociable. I have worked at tons of places where the management would walk by you without even a glance but whenever a manager walked by my office they always made it a point to say hello at the beginning of the day and goodbye at the end.
Executive Producer's assistant and secretary (Former Employee) – Los angeles – April 18, 2015
This award winning emmy show was one of my favorite companies to work for. The producers are top notch and I learned so much about the production side of television. They are truly passionate about their work and it is reflected on each series that airs.
Great Co-workers getting the job done, Management needs vision.
News Photographer/Editor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 3, 2014
Typical work day is nonstop merry go round pushing time management and multi tasking skills to the limit.Management needs to know more of what the viewing public really wants and not only the bottom line.Most co-corkers are great sharing their lives and outside interests as well as willingness to help and teach others when needed. The hardest part of the job is without a doubt the inability of the management to understand what is going on in the field and what the crew is capable of producing under the circumstances, not enough weight given to the crew on scene.Without question the best part job is the great number of interesting people, places, and things you encounter over the course your career.
Productive workplace to gain beneficial experience
Production Assistant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 17, 2014
On a typical day I communicate with the majority of the staff, placing lunch orders and restocking office supplies as needed. The long days can be hard, but working on a successful animation show is a rewarding experience.
Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – April 1, 2014
This is a great experience if you are just out of college or have no real life commitments. The pay is poor for anyone with a family as it is commission based. But one can learn many new things and have fun doing so.