Account Manager (Former Employee), Calgary Alberta – November 7, 2013
Pros: great team
Cons: limited room for advancement
A tight-knit team environment that allowed learning and interaction between varied and interesting departments - news, sales, administration, management, on-air staff, production, accounting, promotions etc.
Freelance Production Assistant (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – September 26, 2013
Pros: free food, great people
Cons: long days
Great work environment, people and events. Corus is a great company, while in my Production assistant job I learned many assets to what it takes to make a big production, and the people involved in it.
Account Manager (Current Employee), London, On – May 22, 2013
Pros: too many to list
Cons: compensation package
Corus Entertainment offers career advancement, training and all necessary tools for employees to succeed in their roles. Management team are consummate professionals and offer constructive coaching and encouragement. Great place to work.
great work environment, daily meetings, fun environment.
Interactive designer/illustrator/animator (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – July 19, 2012
Pros: game room, sugar beach, free concerts
I start my day by checking office email- at times there is additional work to be done for older files, updates, fixes, new exports, editing of photoshop files etc otherwise I continue with working on my flash and photoshop files for the game I am assigned to. I daily meeting with the team starts at 11 am. We sit around and discuss the progress on each – more... assinged game. Any new additions, new requirements etc. After the daily meeting is back to working on animation, flash and photoshop files. The work itself is the enjoyable part of my day. Second to the lunch hour by the lake. Co-workers are very talented and great to be around. Management is not very involved with the exception of the daily meeting or if there is addition work. I've learn a great deal from my Art Director who has been in the interactive field for more than 20 years. – less
Intern (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – July 11, 2012
I always have a blast when I come in for my intern shift at The Edge. The people are really nice and they won't hesitate to answer your questions.
Job shadowing is really beneficial to people like me who have an interest in getting into the broadcast industry. I have job shadowed some on-air personalities and they answered my questions thoroughly and – more... showed me their workplace and what they do. – less
I learned a lot about what it takes to create interesting and entertaining programming. I also learned as a producer what works and doesn't work in terms of public relations. Co-workers are eager to help teach as well as help out in a team atmosphere. The hardest part is making a living at it. The pay is terrible but the work is enjoyable. The best – more... part is the rush of breaking news and covering live events. – less