Media

Senior Video Streaming Engineer - Web Services

Senior Video Streaming Engineer - Web Services

New York

 

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Not many companies can say they stream more than two million videos per day, totaling petabytes of data each month. As the Engineering team behind Bloomberg's Consumer Media video delivery, our team owns the full stack of the video experience that includes a custom video player, configurations and asset management, and the actual delivery of both VOD and LIVE streams. What we build is used by Bloomberg's multiple TV and radio channels as well as our Video-on-Demand service. With more than 200,000 assets in our library, it's our job to make sure our end users can watch them wherever and whenever they want.

Besides hands-on development work on the player code and the backend services, the team works closely with multiple CDNs and global DNSs to manage stream delivery, balancing cost, quality, and availability. To do that, we work with the video producers, the frontend developers who are building the websites, and the content delivery networks. We are an industry leader as far as multi origin and multi CDN content delivery goes. You will have the opportunity to work with the full stack of media streaming technologies and the experience of owning and managing a large, highly available distributed system.

We'll trust you to:

  •  Engineer end-to-end multimedia infrastructure and delivery for web consumption
  •  Make improvements to deliver reliable and flexible service to our internal and external users
  •  Own our multimedia management and delivery

You'll need to have:

  •  3+ years of experience coding in JavaScript, Node.js, or Java building backend services
  •  Experience with streaming protocols (RTMP, HDS, HLS, DASH)
  •  Knowledge of encoding protocols (AAC, H.264, H.265)
  •  An understanding of end-to-end video delivery on various clients

We'd love to see:

  •  Experience with HTML5 Video
  •  Familiarity with Spring Framework
  •  Experience with a CDN for video streaming

Digital Production & Design Contractor

Location: Washington, DC, USA

Company: (disclosed after submitted)

Job Requisition Number: 10-001

The Role:

A Digital Marketing division of a global media firm is seeking a digital producer to join its team in the Washington DC office. The ideal candidate will be an effective writer with strong digital design and technical skills. Experience in news, public affairs or content marketing settings is preferred. This is a contractor position.

Responsibilities:

- Create and update content for websites, email marketing, and social media.
- Design and troubleshoot email templates and forms.
- Support daily upload of original and syndicated content.
- Produce and edit written and multimedia content for digital platforms and campaigns.
- Assist in regular website and email marketing maintenance.

Requirements:

- 3-5 years of web and digital design experience in marketing or news settings
- Experience with Wordpress, Adobe Photoshop, Eloqua or similar marketing automation platforms
- Working knowledge of HTML
- Must be comfortable in an fast paced open office setting
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience; journalism or design degree preferred
- Demonstrated ability to write effective marketing copy

The Company:

(Company) delivers critical information in a world where information matters. We give influential decision makers in business, finance and government a competitive edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of news, people and ideas. To do that, we need a constant flow of ideas, energy and innovation-which is where you come in.

At (Company), you will have the opportunity to go above and beyond and to take rewarding risks. Be a part of an organization that is entering new markets, launching new ventures and pushing boundaries. Our ever-expanding array of technology, data, news and media services fosters innovation and empowers clients-and offers nearly limitless opportunities for career growth.


Nearest Major Market: Washington DC
Job Segment: Developer, Journalism, Public Policy, Technology, Publishing, Government