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A&E Networks (stylized as A+E NETWORKS) is an American multinational broadcasting company that is a joint venture between Hearst Communications and Disney Media Networks, a business segment of The Walt Disney Company. The company owns several non-fiction and entertainment-based television brands, including its namesake A&E, History, Lifetime, FYI, and their associated sister channels, and holds stakes in or licenses their international branches. Biography is an American documentary television series and media franchise created in the 1960s by David L. Wolper and owned by A&E Networks since 1987. Each episode depicts the life of a notable person with narration, on-camera interviews, photographs, and stock footage.

P.Jackson mentioned in a review "A&E Biography entirely neglects Einstein's achievements in favor of his disorganized sex life. This is rather like berating Casanova for not being a mathematical genius. The treatment of Einstein's failures as a family man manages to be both sanctimonious and titillating at the same time. The script is barely literate, containing many grammatical 'howlers', and there is much use of inconsequential footage. You will learn precisely nothing about science from watching this video, and not much about the man."


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Former Contractor - Designer says

"I worked at Biography Design Cons: All the horrible things you cannot imagine of are happening here"

Former Freelancer - Designer says

"I worked at Biography Design Cons: No project management. Poor leadership skills. Poor client services. Projects take forever to complete. Bland and depressing work environment. Owner is a bigoted individual who neglects to see his faults or makes changes. Burns many bridges, both with his employees and with clients. You will not grow as a designer here. Don't get caught up in staying in this place."


"I worked at Biography Design Cons: Horrific management. Not a place to grow, not a place to build your portfolio. You will be embarrassed by your boss and the work you create here. Do not waste your time."

Former Freelancer - Graphic Designer says

"I worked at Biography Design for less than a year Cons: The individual in charge of Biography Design has no interest in building a team and treats designers as temporary and replaceable employees. New hires are given a vague and empty promise that there is potential "to grow" while working at the studio. This couldn't be farther from the truth. The reality is that behind closed doors, Biography Design is a poorly managed and non-collaborative studio led by an incapable owner who has no compassion for those who work for him. I advise any young and aspiring designer to not let the branding work by Biography Design convince you that it is a good place to work at. No one should dedicate their time, energy and creativity to an individual who sees them as expendable."

Former Contractor - Anonymous Contractor says

"I worked at Biography Design Cons: There is no defined process, and projects take forever to be completed. The company lacks any project management, and the owner is unable to lead a team properly. There doesn't seem to be any business development, and the owner's not transparent about it, and there's no real strategy, which can feel precarious. The company lacks organizational culture, and there is no career development either, which lead me to feel like I was being taken advantage of. The owner undervalues his staff and, doesn't promote a healthy work environment. A lot of the client relations become very antagonistic, due to the owner's style of doing business."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Biography Design full-time Cons: long hour and have to travel far sometimes"

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"This that and the other thing but you know what it is not really what you think it is because of this other thing that you don't know about really I am telling you."

Production Control Specialist (Current Employee) says

"Deals with military customers on a daily basis. Accountability and responsibility is a must. Exercised minimum to no supervision. Tracked jobs from beginning to end. Cons: healthcare, vacation and sick leave"

SCHOOL RECEPTIONIST (Current Employee) says

"My typical day at work is very busy and enjoyable. Working with the students and the parents. I have learned alot about the students and the parents that come into the office to drop something off for the student. Serving is something that I really like doing and helping to care for the student. The hardest part of my job is the irate parents that come into the office and will not follow the guideline of the schools. The enjoyable part of my job is helping the student to understand that education is very important."

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