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Posted by Willy Franzen on April 4, 2014. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Executive in Charge of Production||Santa Monica, CA|
|Administrative Assistant- Scripted TV/Film Development||Santa Monica, CA|
|Visual Designer||Santa Monica, CA|
|QA Manager||Santa Monica, CA|
|Digital Sales Planner||Santa Monica, CA|
|QA Analyst/Engineer||Santa Monica, CA|
|Sales Development Manager||Santa Monica, CA|
|Operations Manager||Santa Monica, CA|
|Director of Product Management||Santa Monica, CA|
|Sr. Software Engineer||Santa Monica, CA|
If you’ve watched as much Seinfeld as I have, you’re familiar with Lloyd Braun. He’s the guy who George Costanza’s mother wants George to be more like. Anyway, the real Lloyd Braun was Larry David’s lawyer and manager. I’m not sure how similar he is to the tv character, but let’s hope it’s not very. Anyway, the real Lloyd Braun moved away from the legal side and started a company called BermanBraun. The company recently rebranded as Whalerock Industries, but it’s still “a media company for the 21st century, one where the best and brightest minds come together to create world-class content, spanning all mediums and screens.” They’re based in Santa Monica, CA, and they’re behind some brand that you may be familiar with–for instance they’re managing Moviefone for AOL.
The Whalerock Industries site doesn’t have any content yet, so I’m still relying on BermanBraun.com for information. The company focuses on three main areas: television, digital, and feature film (though they seem more focused on developing great content than on doing it for a specific platform). You can take a look at what Whalerock Industries is creating here. If you like it, visit Whalerock’s Careers page. Right now they’re looking for a Digital Sales Planner, an Editor, a Technical Product Manager, and an Assistant – Unscripted TV.
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