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WarnerMedia seeks a UX Researcher for the CNN Digital Research department. CNN Audio launched in January 2020, and is home to a rapidly growing portfolio of popular podcasts, including The Axe Files, Politically Sound, and Silence is Not an Option. It is a small team that takes the marriage of content, product, and audience strategy seriously. CNN Audio’s work is informed by data, and the team gathers listener feedback at every stage of development. That research is used to work iteratively with producers on the development of new shows and products.
The UX Researcher will be responsible for leading a user-first approach to podcast and product development strategy with the CNN Audio Team (incl. CNNE and HLN).
This will include working with the Senior Research Manager and Design Strategist in running development sprints, leveraging quantitative research such as digital analytics and surveys and conducting qualitative research such as user interviews and diary studies. We are looking for individuals who will use the right methodology for the right question.
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