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    1. 1. PRESENTS…<br />BCCS<br />MEDIA GROUP<br />
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    3. 3. MISSION VALUES<br />IntegrityWe rigorously uphold editorial independence and artistic expression, earning the trust of our readers, viewers, listeners, members and subscribers.<br />DiversityWe attract and develop the world's best talent, seeking to include the broadest range of people and perspectives. <br />These elements form the foundation upon which we build our continued success.<br />Creativity<br />We thrive on innovation and originality, encouraging risk-taking and divergent voices.<br />Customer Focus<br />We value our customers, putting their needs and interests at the center of everything we do.<br />AgilityWe move quickly, embracing change and seizing new opportunities. TeamworkWe treat one another with respect—creating value by working together within and across our businesses. <br />ResponsibilityWe work to improve our communities, taking pride in serving the public interest as well as the interests of our shareholders. <br />
    4. 4. HISTORY OF TIME WARNER<br />1972- Warner Communications(Warner) was established when Kinney National Company spun off its non-entertainment assets, due to a financial scandal over its parking operations<br />1976- Nolan Bushnell sold his Atari company to Warner Communications for an estimated $28–32 million : Warner made considerable profits (and later losses) with Atari<br />1984- Due to the video game crash of 1983, Warner sold the consumer division of Atari to Jack Tramiel, but, kept the arcade division and renamed it Atari Games, until it was sold a year later to Namco<br />
    5. 5. HISTORY CON’T<br />In 1987- Warner Communications and Time Inc. announced the two companies would merge becominigTime Warner in 1990<br />In 1996- Time Warner acquired Ted Turner's Turner Broadcasting System <br />In 2000- AOL Time Warner is created when AOL purchased Time Warner for $164 billion with Steve Case as chairman<br />In 2002- The value of the America Online division dropped significantly, which forced a goodwill write-off, causing AOL Time Warner to report a loss of $99 billion— at the time, the largest loss ever reported by a company<br />
    6. 6. HISTORY CON’T<br />In 2003- Time Warner dropped the “AOL” from its name and removed Steve Case as executive chairman in favor of Richard Parsons, with AOL remaining a part of the company<br />In 2007- Newly installed Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes discussed possible plans to spin-off Time Warner Cable and sell-off AOL and Time Inc<br />In 2008- Co-chairmen and co-CEOs of New Line Cinema Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne announced their resignations from the 40-year-old movie studio in response to Jeffrey Bewkes's demand for cost-cutting measures at the studio, which he intended to dissolve into Warner Bros<br />
    7. 7. COMPETITION<br />
    8. 8. CAREERS: Senior Database Administrator<br />Recoverability <br />Integrity <br />Security <br />Availability <br />Performance <br />Development and Testing Support<br />
    9. 9. CAREERS: Systems Engineer<br />State the problem<br />Investigate alternatives<br />Model the system<br />Integrate<br />Launch the system<br />Assess performance<br />Re-evaluation<br />
    10. 10. CAREERS: Information Systems Tech<br /> Support<br /> Installation and Maintenance<br /> Resolution<br />
    11. 11. CAREERS: Senior Java Developer<br />Review business requirements<br />Create technical design documents <br />Implement the design solutions using Java, <br />Perform Unit testing<br />Work with QA team to resolve issues during QA phase<br />Designed solutions must be implemented on time<br />Support existing applications in Production<br />Resolve day to day production issues<br />Write/Modify ANT build scripts<br />Write UNIX shell scripts as required<br />Travel - as Needed<br />
    12. 12. SALARY RANGES<br />
    13. 13. MEDIA GROUP<br />BCCS<br />WOULD LIKE TO THANK MS. MITCHELL AND THE CLASS OF ITBS 98 FOR YOUR TIME AND ATTENTION.<br />Brandon Miller as The Senior Java Developer<br />Corey Tatum as The Network Engineer<br />Crystal Harris as The Senior Database Administrator<br />AND Stephanie Wilks as The Information Tech<br />