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Viacom, Inc.

Viacom, short for Video & Audio Communications, was founded in 1971. In 2005, the company split into two publicly traded companies, Viacom, Inc. and CBS Corporation. Including cable television and motion picture businesses, the media enterprise owns more than 160 channels and 400 interactive properties around the world.

Online Gameplay Programmer

Online games, unlike offline console or PC titles, are in a constant state of evolution. As new players join the community, and early adopters tire of the same old thing, developers must find ways to constantly keep the game fresh and exciting while also improving performance and functionality.

Turbine, Inc.

Johnny Monsarrat, Jeremy Gaffney, Kevin Langevin, and Timothy Miller founded Turbine, though Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Group recently acquired the company. The company has been credited with pioneering the 3-D massively multiplayer role-playing game in 1999 with the release of Asheron’s Call, an online title.

PopCap Games

John Vechey, Jason Kapalka, and Brian Fiete founded PopCap Games in 2000 and have concentrated the company’s efforts on casual gaming titles for platforms such as Xbox, PlayStation3, Nintendo DS, mobile phones, the iPad, and Facebook. In July of 2011, Electronic Arts purchased PopCap Games.

Flash Developer

The mass population of Internet surfers is utterly addicted to Flash games hosted on social networking sites like Facebook, or through online gaming services like Pogo. The demand for skilled Flash developers is high, and this is a unique field that allows amateurs to compete viably for attention against big-budget studios.  

Lead Server Programmer

Online gaming is a hugely popular market within the larger game industry, and the survival of an MMO or online RPG depends on the stability and speed of server-based systems. Ensuring that players are able to access their guilds and go on quests for treasure and world domination through ancient lands, the lead server programmer is on the front lines of network preservation.