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Preston Macintyre

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2020-11-02 16:32:41
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A Very Mediocre Place (that doesn't try to fix that)
Overall, this is only a place to work if you're just looking for a starting point. After about 6 months though, you'll realize that the people working there are miserable and constantly looking for other jobs, you're having to put in way more work than you're getting paid for, the tools that are supposed to help you get your job done are outdated and the management doesn't do anything about it. There is just an overall sense of excessive stress and disorganization. I wanted to work here because I thought this was the next step that would help me develop the skills and knowledge to be the creative I was dying to be. Instead, it was a very discouraging place that made me question why I'd ever want to work in this industry. Once you get put on a task, you're stuck there. For example, if they set you up to log, you'll be logging for months and trust me when I tell you, YOU DO NOT WANT TO DO THIS. This company has an enormous ego and thinks that they are the greatest. But, you must remember we are in Tampa, not NY, not LA, and we're basically producing mediocre "educational" television. The hours were always crazy, not because there was so much work to do, but because managers were unable to handle organizing the work and delegating it. Most of the time, they just waited around until the last hour of the day to stress everyone out or run around trying to get everything done. On set, the experience was also subpar. The equipment used is ridiculously out of date and again, nothing is ever organized. There are always things missing and no one is ever held accountable. There are certain staff members that somehow get away with doing absolutely nothing yet are always praised. It definitely feels more like a high school and less like a production company. Overall, if you are looking to work in the industry, there are plenty of other places to work that value your contributions and effort. I would steer clear of doing any business with Spectrum.

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