Media Networking and Job Search Resources
Magazine serving in-house legal professionals. Website links to articles, a job bank, and information about upcoming events.
The American Association of Advertising Agencies is a national trade association representing the advertising agency business in the United States. Its membership produces approximately 75 percent of the total advertising volume placed by agencies nationwide.
The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication is a non-profit, educational association of journalism and mass communication faculty, administration, students and media professionals.
This site contains links to many media-related job boards.
This site has a large section discussing alternative careers in general. Media and entertainment is a subset of the proposed alternative careers. The page provides a sampling of representative job title within media and entertainment fields.
This section of careerexplorer.com focuses on advertising and marketing. The site discusses growth in the field, average salaries, typical jobs in the field, and links to job descriptions.
This site contains links to media and entertainment job boards and career resources, broken down by industry. For example, this site has separate areas for careers in entertainment, internet, television and radio etc.
The Vocational Information Center maintains this page which serves as a “Broadcast Media and Journalism Career Guide.” It contains links by job descriptions. Each link generally includes information about job duties, job requirement and training needed and salary. The site also includes links to media and journalism related sites such as union sites, news sites and other information.
This part of law.com’s site lists American Lawyer Media Publication sites and properties.
This job searching tool provides a laundry list of media positions with a focus on publishing.
The Public Relations Society of America is the world’s largest organization for public relations professionals. Its nearly 20,000 members, organized into 16 chapters, represent business and industry, technology, counseling firms, government, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit organizations.