Career Opportunities in the Internet, Video Games, and Multimedia

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Checkmark Books, 2007 - Business & Economics - 359 pages
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An informative guide to a wealth of careers in the Internet, multimedia, and video game industries.

After making its debut onto the computer scene in 1993, supporting a mere 50 servers, the World Wide Web has grown exponentially into a universal medium that can be accessed around the world by millions of people. Harboring unlimited amounts of information that can be found with the click of the mouse, the Internet has become a vital communication and marketing tool. As the development of the Internet has progressed, so too have the digital worlds of video games and media giants, creating many new, highly profitable careers in the process.

Career Opportunities in the Internet, Video Games, and Multimedia details more than 80 jobs in these thriving industries and features extensive appendixes of resources and other useful information.

Career profiles include:
  • Animator
  • Content specialist
  • Distribution manager
  • Game designer
  • Instructional designer
  • Internet applications programmer
  • Lead programmer
  • Online editor
  • Online marketing manager
  • Site-flow architect
  • Web security manager
  • and more.

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About the author (2007)

Allan Taylor is the minister of education at First Baptist Church in Woodstock, Georgia, where Sunday School attendance has grown from 2,500 to 5,000 under his leadership. He is also the founder of Ember to Blaze Ministries and writes Sunday School, leadership, and training materials including his previous book, "The Six Core Values of Sunday School". Allan and his wife, Linda, have three children and two grandchildren.

James Robert Parish is the author of dozens of books about Hollywood and show business, including "The Hollywood Book of Death", "Fiasco: A History of Hollywood's Iconic Flops", and biographies of many celebrities, including Mel Brooks, Whitney Houston, and Jason Biggs.

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