Jobs' board heats up media portal

The deal will see HotJobs provide an online recruitment board on Next Media's entertainment and technology portal known as

The recruitment board will offer site visitors access to jobs and employment information. features three main Web sites which includes gaming, and the web sites of Next's premier print titles Rolling Stone and magazines. director James Garvey said the site was receiving up to 80 resumes a day.

"This has increased the choice of job seekers that we're able to deliver to our member companies. And by tapping into, we are ensuring that the quality of resumes we receive is second to none," he said.

Next Media spokesperson Michael Darragh said the deal with HotJobs added another level of service to the Next Media portal.

"We believe in a simple online strategy. We intend to aggregate editorial content from our magazines and affiliated sites, add services, and build high traffic in concentrated areas of great value to marketers," Darragh said.

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