Wanna be Web-famous in the Philippines? Manila-based online video production company Flippish is looking for new talent.
YouTube has been huge in the Philippines for years, and one of the biggest stars on YouTube is Filipina. Filipinos clearly love online video, and Flippish hopes to tap into that passion by offering content uniquely tailored to Filipino tastes.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to build the next Revision3 in Southeast Asia, if you’re up to the challenge of engaging audiences through a new medium in an emerging market, come to 1101 Pacific Center Building, San Miguel Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines from 10am to 5pm on February 5, 2010 (GMT+8).
Flippish is a young startup targeting consumers in a developing nation, so don’t expect to make a million bucks like Leo Laporte. As you can see from the video above, Flippish star Kring Elenzano is seriously overworked. She could use some help.
Can you save Yahoo from its fallen stock price, its hemorrhage of talent, its loss of a Google deal, its damaged credibility from Jerry Yang’s backpedaling, and its utter humiliation at the hands of Steve Ballmer? Then get your resume ready, because Yahoo is hiring a new CEO!
Yes, that’s right. After having him as CEO for only seventeen months, Yahoo’s board has finally realized founder Jerry Yang is too wishy-washy to lead. Click here to continue reading “Yahoo Seeks New CEO”…