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Job Search Television Network (JSTN) Selected to Drive Employment Video Content Through One of the Largest US Media Conglomerates

Job Search Television Network (JSTN), a digital, multimedia platform that uses the power of video for recruitment and employer branding, today announced it has been selected by the one of the nation’s largest media conglomerates to provide informative employment video content which will be featured on the organization’s robust website. The new segment, which will launch in early 2013, will deliver JSTN’s rich library of recruitment, cultural and career advice videos online across the U.S.

“JSTN is honored to join forces with such a respected business and our combined resources will enable the creation of a robust talent acquisition tool that will provide a unique connection with companies and candidates. This opportunity not only provides the ability to bring easy-to-find, employment opportunities and information to the masses, but also opens the distribution exposure for JSTN’s client videos to a subscriber base of 25 million targeted individuals,” stated Lindsay Stanton, JSTN’s Chief Client Officer.

Powered by JSTN’s proprietary video player, the employment environment will provide registered job seekers with a central platform to seamlessly search for, apply and share employment opportunities across a wide variety of industries and organizations. With the ability to capture and monitor site traffic in real time, JSTN clients are then able to better track and connect with potential candidates. In addition, job seekers will have the most up to date access to the latest opportunities from top employers.

“As an organization dedicated to providing recruitment and employment branding leadership through multimedia, JSTN continuously strives to raise the bar. This selective collaboration further illustrates our ability to provide high quality, trackable content that delivers on the level that both candidates and organizations have come to expect, and we look forward to a fruitful partnership,” concluded Roger Stanton, JSTN’s president and CEO.

About JSTN

JSTN™ (Job Search Television Network) is a digital, multimedia platform that uses the power of video for the recruitment and employer branding needs of organizations. JSTN's Job Report and Cultural Insight videos provide information on the companies behind the job. JSTN's revolutionary technology allows the video to be utilized through the employer's career site, email campaigns, and throughout all the Web's social networks, mobile devices, and through JSTN's television network. JSTN's video technology provides a revolutionary way to attract top candidates; the metrics reports are leading employers to conversion rates that are three to nine times higher than traditional sourcing. Through a unique TV news format, JSTN™ guides jobseekers to the most sought-after jobs and lucrative positions in the area. Simply put, JSTN™ is the future of job employment. To learn more, visit www.jstn.com.

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