Location: Work At Home : DC Auto Claims Representative – Casualty Adjuster (Remote / Telecommute) Great work from home opportunities for Casualty Claims Adjusters! As part of the auto claims team, you are part of the group that delivers on a promise to provide exceptional service to our customers who have experienced a recent insurance loss. Our Claims Adjusters use the latest computer systems to conduct investigations on claims found to be caused by negligent acts or omissions. Your required knowledge of medical and legal terminology to complete investigations will allow you to evaluate damages and injuries and ultimately negotiate a fair and prompt settlement. We have 2 fulltime schedules available: Tuesday-Friday (9am – 6pm) and Saturday (8am – 5pm) Pacific Standard Time (or the equivalent in your time zone) OR Monday – Friday (8am – 5pm) Pacific Standard Time (or the equivalent in your time zone) Please indicate if you are available for both/one of the available shifts
Archive for February 15th, 2017
Interact with industry peers and share your Talk show/morning personality/anything-in-the-news gossip or opinion in the NEWS/TALK/SPORTS Forum, the #1 message board for Talk … more
In an unusual arrangement, the WASHINGTON REDSKINS’ game broadcasts will air not only on the team’s present co-owned flagship RED ZEBRA BROADCASTING Sports WTEM-A-WWXT-WWXX (ESPN … more
As the bipartisan leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee see it, the FCC’s incentive auction was a success. Just don’t tell that to CBS Inc.
It was a difficult trading session for publicly traded companies on Wall Street on Wednesday, as the yo-yo that is Spanish Broadcasting System dipped 23 cents, to $1.40, to break a recent uptrend after a severe slump seen since its recent shift to an Over-the-Counter exchange. Beasley Broadcast Group was off $1, to $9.35, while Townsquare Media declined 24 cents, to $10.85. On the uptick were Tribune Media, which enjoyed a 51-cent gain, to $32.49, and TEGNA , up 18 cents, to $24.33. The RBR Radio Index fell 18.745, or 3.09%, to 588.210. The TVBR Television Index rose 4.504, or 0.45%, to 1005.346
It’s WEDNESDAY — time once again for some fresh, new columns … exclusively on ALL ACCESS! * THE POWER PLAYER: ALL ACCESS Editor ROY TRAKIN interviews ABRAMORAMA Founder/Head RICHARD … more
ADWEEK SVP Advertiser Perceptions ANDY SIPPEL has posted an editorial, “Reach Is The New Black: Advertising’s Mass Reawakening,” where he argues that, in the rush to target … more
It was a phenomenal year for CBS Corp. , with Chairman/CEO Les Moonves eager to tout the company’s “all-time highs in revenue, operating income, and earnings per share that came in above $4 for the first time in its history. “As we begin 2017, I couldn’t be more excited about our growth prospects in the years ahead,” Moonves said
What’s Up for Broadcasters in Washington Under the New Administration – A Look Ahead at TV and Radio FCC Issues for the Rest of 2017
A new President and a new Chair of the FCC have already demonstrated that change is in the air in Washington. Already we’ve seen Chairman Pai lead the FCC to abolish the requirement that broadcasters maintain letters from the public about station operations in their public file (which will take effect once the Paperwork Reduction Act analysis is finalized), revoke the Media Bureau guidance that had limited Shared Services Agreements in connection with the sales of television stations, and rescind for further consideration FCC decisions about the reporting of those with attributable interests in noncommercial broadcast stations and the admonitions given to TV stations for violations of the obligation for reporting the issues discussed in, and sponsors of, political ads (see our article here ). Also on the table for consideration next week are orders that have already been released for public review on expanding the use of FM translators for AM stations and proposing rules for the roll-out of the new ATSC 3.0 standard for television.
Ansel Elgort, most prominently known for his acting roles in hit movies including The Fault in Our Stars and the Divergent …
As the merger of CBS RADIO with ENTERCOM approaches, CBS CORPORATION is reporting that its fourth quarter 2016 revenues fell from $3.59 billion to $3.52 billion, but that doesn’t include … more
Lena Dunham is no stranger to controversy and criticism. As an outspoken public figure who shares her opinion on various topics — including her…