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WBS TV Posted Job Vacancies Ahead Of It's Reopening

Jobs!! WBS TV Posted Job Vacancies Ahead Of It’s Reopening

The once celebrated media station owned by Wavamuno Gordon called WBS TV years back had several experienced workers that include Esther Omuto, Drake Sekeba, Straka Beibe and others. It later went bankrupt four years when it failed to clear it’s debts amounting to 7 billions shillings. They later sold it to Kwese Sports.

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But great news that reached our desk indicate that WBS TV will be resuming its operations as soon as possible. It seems the Spear motors boss Wavamuno is now very contented with enough funds. Apparently, the media house is searching for professional workers to boost the company.

Among workers include Technical Directors (02), Master control room operators (03), Audio Operators (03), Camera Studio Operators (09), Floor Managers (03), Storage Manager, Producers (11) and Assistant Producers (12). Others are Script Writers (11), TV journalists (10), Editors and Assistant Editors (31), Makeup artists and Hairstylists (02). The advert also includes Clothes Stylists (02), Eng. Operators (12), Graphic Designer, Video Editors (14), IT Manager, Hosts (12) and Live Video/Graphic Operator (03).

Since there is a lot of competition with in the industry, experienced workers are expected to submit in their applications.

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