Four media executives share advice on hiring and employee retention in today’s cut-throat job market
In media, there are lots of question marks: What’s the next big platform? Should we go fully digital, and stop printing our publication entirely? Is programmatic advertising right for us? One thing’s for certain: No one will get ahead by following the rules, perhaps especially when it comes to hiring.
By the time you’re 29, you’re lucky if you’ve seen three boats up close—of any size. Getting to ride on three boats? You officially qualify as royalty in at least a dozen countries.
Update: Vanguard received Honorable mention in the B2B Full Issue category. Congrats to the team for all your hard work and making Vanguard an award-winning magazine year after year!
How high up on the ladder are we as one of the top 75 places to work in Maine? We’re not sure. We’ll find out later this year.
For now, we’re ecstatic that we made the list of Best Places to Work in Maine for the third year running.
Got talent? You’ll need it to be successful in today’s publishing world, but finding it and knowing it can be a challenge.
Anyone interested in the topic can attend a roundtable discussion this fall. Led by our CEO, Haj Carr, and two other publishing executives, “Building A Publishing Dream Team,” is among many events being held at The Folio: Show, a two-day media event and awards ceremony at the Hilton Midtown in New York City.
For a just few years before he became a content coordinator at Trueline, Nick was a senior defenseman of the Yarmouth High lacrosse team looking to make good on the goal he had set as a freshman: Winning that Class B title.
That the Clippers did, but without any tantrums from Nick, one of four Clipper captains.
Brandon Bagley, B-Dawg, is “Jack of All Things TrueLine.” Depending on the day, he’ll jump on a few phone calls, help the production team put finishing touches on a journal or screw the headrest on someone’s chair… Bill!
Marcela Zuluaga—soon to be Marcela Carr—does not speak “carpet language,” so it took a while for her to convey all the details to the contractors who will be replacing that gray, stringy stuff on the office floor.
A family guy, an artist, TrueLine’s art director, and a guy with a hard-to-pronounce last name, Neill Ewing-Wegmann is many things.
He even claims to be Batman, a point he will make—with your permission—by pulling down the collar of his probably-colorful T-shirt to reveal a Batman v. Joker scene extensively tattooed on his chest.