Join Tech on Tap as they introduce and welcome the a new workspace in the center of the Business District. Just steps from Glendale Galleria, Porto’s Bakery, and other hot spots.
Location: 500 North Brand Blvd. 20th Floor – Time: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Please join us at the Verdugo Job Center located in Glendale, CA. All ready to work candidates are welcome. Light refreshments will be provided.
Time: 10 am — 12 pm
Date: October 24, 2018
Motivational Speaker: Dana LeMon
Sponsoring Employer: Pride Industries
Location: 1255 South Central Avenue Glendale, CA 91204
Limited space RSVP by Oct. 15: Fernando 818.409.0498 or Alex 818.937.8063
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act is an Equal Opportunity Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. – TTY (818) 548-3857.
The Verdugo Jobs Center has been awarded the Verdugo Sector Skills Project, which is a grant that provides free vocational training and job placement services to individuals that have been affected by recent layoffs from 10 specific companies such as, Nestle; Shire; Disney; Castaway and many more. Space is limited, all interested are encouraged to contact Veronica Parra email@example.com or call 818-409-7236. If you’ve been laid off from any company, contact the VJC to find out if there are any other grants you can qualify for.
Digitalization and Disruption: The Rise of Digital Media
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This fast-growing digital media and entertainment industry is characterized by a diverse array of technology and content rms
and includes sectors as assorted as digital advertising, web gaming, interactive media, augmented reality, virtual reality and animation. This blended digital media and entertainment ecosystem combines the creative product with data to drive adoption and respond to shifts in consumer behavior. . .
In the Los Angeles Basin, homegrown digital content rms are ascending as dominant players in digital media, such as Snap Inc., Fullscreen (which was acquired by AT&T and the Chernin Group), Makers Studios (which was acquired by the Walt Disney Company), and AwesomenessTV (which was bought by Dreamworks). Digital content rms are expanding into more traditional forms of entertainment, such as lm and television. Prominent Silicon Valley, Seattle and New York rms such as YouTube, Vice and Buzzfeed
are enlarging their footprint in the region as they shift from being content distributors to content creators. Not only are these new rms competing with traditional content creators, but, in some instances, they are supplanting them in market share and cultural prominence.