Programmer – React

We are looking for a React JS programmer for front end development (mostly). The project team is small, focussed and building a customer facing solution for our growing audience. We are looking for someone with an eye for ‘getting it right’, the job will entail working with our award winning design and app planning team, […]

Programmer – NodeJS-etc

HearMeCheer is looking for a programmer with backend/frontend JS experience. We have solutions that run React, NodeJS, Firestore, and other technologies. You might be an experienced ninja at JS with years of experience, or someone who is just getting started. Salary commensurate with experience and skill. Toronto area for onsite meetings, etc, but we are […]

Programmer – Go

HearMeCheer is looking for a programmer who ‘gets’ compiled languages, runtime efficiency, memory layout, cache issues, threading, and more. The language will be Go, but what we are really looking for is someone who understands the hardware/software interface. In addition any skills with computing clouds such as AWS would be great. We are not looking […]

Bleacher Report – 4 Takeaways from Top Rank on ESPN Card

A month after mixed martial arts dove back into the live sports pool, boxing dipped its toe. Bob Arum’s Top Rank became the first promotional company to produce a significant domestic fight card in the United States on Tuesday night, returning to ESPN airwaves with a five-bout show featuring a non-title fight involving featherweight title […]

Sports Pro Media – Premier League clubs consider fake crowd noise for closed matches

Rights holders globally are planning for live sports broadcasts of closed matches with fake crowd noise designed to boost the production quality. Clubs in English top-flight soccer’s Premier League discussed the issue at their most recent meeting. Paul Barber, Brighton chief executive, revealed some of his club’s thinking on presentation of matches without fans, which included altering the […]

The Hustle – Want your cheers on ESPN? There’s an app for that

Attention, sports fans: All those boos you’ve stored up over the last few months? Now that sports are tipping off again, they’re suddenly a matter of national urgency. Last Tuesday, when live boxing jabbed its way back onto TV, ESPN partnered with a startup called Hear Me Cheer to sprinkle in people’s at-home reactions. Hear Me Cheer […]