>Media Positions available – Call for Volunteers in 2010
2010 is going to be a very exciting year in the community TV sector. Stations around Australia are switching over to digital which means greater coverage and bigger audiences for the programs. TVS Sydney has already made the switch two weeks ago and are now simulcasting on both analogue and digital (on Channel 44).
To prepare for the move to digital and to begin production for this year, we are seeking expressions of interest from interested individuals in the positions listed HERE. These are all volunteer positions.
While some roles require experience, others do not and on-the-job training is provided. Please send your expressions of interest and a copy of your CV/Resume to email@example.com
. Job descriptions are available upon request.
Please note: Production located in Melbourne, but other positions are available in other states.
PINOY TV is a not-for-profit community television broadcasting group, run by a small but dedicated group of unpaid volunteers. The idea behind forming PINOY TV was to develop and produce television programs that was not only aimed at the Filipino community in Australia but to the wider general public. As a largely under-represented ethnic group in mainstream media, the program was to provide a window for viewers to have an opportunity look into the Filipino-Australian community – the people, culture and country of origin.