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Simulmedia average salary is $129,225, median salary is $134,909 with a salary range from $50,000 to $162,000.
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Engineer 134,909-134,909 New York, NY, 10001 2015 Simulmedia Engineer Salaries (1)
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Sr. Software Engineer 130,666-130,666 , , 2015 Simulmedia Sr. Software Engineer Salaries (1)
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Senior Software Engineer 125,000-162,000 New York, NY, 10001 2014 Simulmedia Senior Software Engineer Salaries (4)
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General 50,000-50,000 New York, NY, 10001 2014 Simulmedia General Salaries (1)
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Recent Simulmedia Salaries (December 3, 2016)
Engineer Simulmedia $134,909 New York, NY, 10001 07/28/2015
Sr. Software Engineer Simulmedia $130,666 , , 07/17/2015

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  • Simulmedia
  • Industry: Sales/Marketing Services
  • City: New York, NY
  • Simulmedia, Inc. is a New York City-based marketing company that drives incremental viewership to television programs through data-driven program promotion. We build applications that use set-top box and other data to address the growing audience fragmentation problem for television networks and simultaneously help viewers discover shows they might enjoy.