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Saturday, 05 July 2014 02:45

JESC 2014: Volunteer Recruitment Initiated by PBS

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"The Start", co-written by Gillian Attard, Elton Zarb, Matthew Mercieca and Gaia Cauchi, with the latter also being the vocalist, gave Malta a renewed hope of success in international music competitions. As a result of this success, the Public Broadcasting Services sent in a formal bid to host the 2014 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.

Eventually, the paperwork was signed and Malta became host nation, a role which is being taken extremely seriously. The Public Broadcasting Services is recruiting a series of volunteers in various areas of the production team in order to ensure that everything runs smoothly. Amongst the available roles, one would find; Delegate Hosts, Technical Persons proficient in basic networking, Guest Relations - Front Office Services, Multi language speaking hosts, Communication and Public Relations Assistants and Photo & Video editing personnel.

It is worth keeping in mind that students with foreign language skills, as well as a background of Malta, in terms of history and geography will be considered assets. The registration could be done through the official website of the Public Broadcasting Services by no later than Sunday 20th July 2014. Another note is that volunteers need to be 18 years and over in order to be eligible, whilst making themselves available on a full time basis between the 8th and 16th November 2014. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com even through Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Source: PBS, TVM, junioreurovision.tv

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thje0DAh_lU

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