A company that is looking to establish itself in a competitive market
Software Technical Engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 6, 2018
It was a good experience working there, but it also had its flaws. I wasn't offered venues or training to develop to a better employee. different culture compared to the one I worked for in the past, more obscure and not much is known about what the future had for us.
Good holidays, vacation times, laid back work environment, lunch and breakfast provided
Editor (Current Employee) – Plainview, NY – December 4, 2017
Working as an Editor at Neulion is a computer based job that can get very boring, especially if you do not enjoy sports very much. Depending on what sport/shift you are doing/have can determine whether or not you have an easy and boring time or a challenging and possibly stressful time.
The only real downside of the job is the hours. A Lot of the time you will be working nights late into the AM. At the same time they are good enough to provide you with free coffee and other drinks.
For what what the job is, there is really not much to complain about.
Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 21, 2017
There seems to be a lack of transparency, even when working on the same project, information is not freely shared. As long as there is some direction then all is great, but most of the time there is a huge gap.
Senior Web-Based Editor (Former Employee) – Plainview, NY – January 5, 2017
A typical day at work included recording and editing video content for major sports affiliates. I learned a lot about digital communication and how editing works. Every manager was pleasant and enjoyable to work with. We all have our days, but for the most part, everyone worked well with one another. The hardest part of the job was editing within a timely manor. The most enjoyable part of the job was completing a whole reel and getting the OK from management.
Good work/life balance. Bad communication. Too many people involved in the decision making
New Business Sales Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 28, 2016
They are trying to become more of a sales focused company but the problem is that there are too many individuals who don't have a sales mindset which stands in the way of maximizing the partnership new business revenue.
A fun place to work, but does not encourage advancement.
Editor 2 (Current Employee) – Plainview, NY – September 28, 2016
While the job is enjoyable if editing sports content is your thing. If it isn't, the job will never rise above being a necessity. The pay you're offered versus what the management expects you to do is out of sync. The job is a great stepping stone in your career. But, not a place to plant your flag.
Low ball pay scale, no corporate culture, working remotely is discouraged even though there's no reason to be on site (no scrum meetings ever), no free benefits ... you're better off looking somewhere else.
Live Editor 2 (Current Employee) – Plainview, NY – September 9, 2015
Monitor and create highlights for live sports. Surrounded by great staff that are both helpful and help create a great work atmosphere. I've learned that quality of work is huge and attention to detail could make or break you. I love my co-workers along with my supervisors. The hours can be a little crazy but theyre very good with working around your availability.
EDITOR (Current Employee) – Plainview, NY – May 7, 2014
Fun and laid back work place, but can be busy and hectic at times. Friendly management that works with you and gives you opportunities to advance in company. Only a part time job, so pay and hours can be slim, usually around spring and summer months. Overall a great place to work on a part time basis.
interesting and fun work, fairly easy to learn software
hours cap at 30 hours a week, slows down in spring/summer