Industry Employers

  • Film & TV Careers
    Albert, Sam, Harry, and Jack were the brothers Warner. Four years after incorporating their film company, they released the world’s first synchronized-sound feature (talkie), The Jazz Singer, in 1927. Today the motion picture arm of Warner Bros. is one of the largest and...
  • Warner Bros. Records
    Music Careers
    Jack Warner founded Warner Bros. Records in 1958, setting up a modest office above the film studio’s machine shop on the lot of Warner Bros. Pictures. In 1963, the record label acquired Frank Sinatra’s Reprise Records, securing the talents of the Chairman of the Board,...
  • Film & TV Careers
    The music publishing arm of Warner Music Group traces its roots to the formation of Chappell & Company in 1811. Warner/Chappell holds the rights to compositions from Stephen Sondheim, Timbaland, the Gershwins and Eric Clapton, to name a few. The company also administers...
  • Film & TV Careers
    Traveler and trader L.L. Burns founded Western Costume Co. after a run-in with a cowboy actor, William S. Hart. Burns observed the terribly inaccurate Indian costumes worn by actors in the early Western films, and when passing by Hart’s set, he made the filmmakers aware of...
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    Film & TV Careers
    The Lord of the Rings trilogy may have been the film franchise that first drew public attention to Weta Workshop—the studio won four Oscars for their work on the films—but the New Zealand shop named after the giant cricket indigenous to New Zealand has been servicing the...
  • Film & TV Careers
    Wilshire Stages was purchased and renamed Wildfire Post-Production Studios in 2007 by the duo of veteran re-recording and sound mixers Chris David and Leslie Shatz.
  • William Morris Logo_thumb
    Film & TV Careers
    In 1898, William Morris opened a talent agency in New York City to represent Vaudville acts. Today the talent brokerage firm operates seven offices across the U.S., England, and China.
  • Game Careers
    Peter Adkison started Wizards of the Coast out of his basement in 1990; three years later Wizards debuted Magic: The Gathering at the Origins Game Fair and a year later, the fledgling company was able to move out of the basement. Hasbro acquired Wizards as a subsidiary in...
  • Work Light Productions
    Live Event Careers
    Work Light Productions is a live entertainment production company that creates original shows and theatrical tours of Broadway productions.
  • WorldStage Logo
    Film & TV Careers
    In 2007, ScharffWeisberg merged with Video Applications to form a new comapny, WorldStage. The company is an industry leader in event and production technology with more than 30 years of experience serving the entertainment industry and corporate clients.
  • Film & TV Careers
    The Emmy Award-winning Zoic Studios was founded by Christopher Jones, Tim McBride, Andrew Orloff, Loni Peristere, and Steve Schofield. The visual effects company is based in Culver City, Calif., with a shooting stage in North Hollywood and additional offices in Vancouver,...
  • Zynga Logo
    Game Careers
    Founded in 2007, Zynga has quickly become one of the largest developers in the mobile and social networking segments of the game development industry. The studio’s titles combine for 232 million monthly active users and 60 million daily active users.