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Time Warner looking for new employees after buying Insight

Time Warner announced on Thursday that they'll soon be hiring 25 new workers.

This comes after the company's purchase of Insight Cable. Company officials tell 14 News they will be holding a job fair Thursday May 16 from 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. at their North Fares Ave. office.

Among the jobs available:

  • Customer Service
  • Sales
  • Sales Supervisors
  • Field Tech Workers

For more information about Time Warner career opportunities can be found at their website click here.

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