MultiChoice Recruitment, Tuesday 12, June 2018


MultiChoice Recruitment, Tuesday 12, June 2018 – MultiChoice South Africa’s exercises include the activity of Pay-Television and web endorser stages. The MultiChoice South Africa amass incorporates the advanced satellite Pay-Television business (“DStv”), which has been in activity since 1995.

Different organizations in the gathering are;

M-Net (conveys topical channels and selective substance to DStv endorsers) and SuperSport (gives thorough scope of nearby and worldwide game), DStv Media Sales (business broadcast appointment deals and on-air sponsorship), DStv Digital Media (a division of MultiChoice and manages the advancement of rising stages and items for the gathering), MWEB (network access supplier), Commerce Zone (e-acquisition arrangements) and Smart Village (gated network administrations) likewise frame some portion of the gathering.


If you frame your world through camera angles, narrate reality like a movie script, and edit the montage of your life like a film director, then here’s a flash-forward into your future – MultiChoice Africa is calling all aspiring film directors, DOPs, sound guys, and scriptwriters to help us ignite Africa’s creative industries. Who knows, perhaps one day your name will be rolling across the closing credits on our DStv channels.

In May 2018, on the occasion of Africa Month, we’re launching a call to entry for the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF). We’re recruiting aspiring African talent – that’s you – to gain theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience in cinematography, film editing, audio production and storytelling. Sixty talented students from 13 African countries will get the chance to hone their film and television production skills alongside industry greats. This year-long, funded, programme will be supported by MultiChoice Talent Factory academies hosted in Kenya, Nigeria and Zambia. Students will create quality local content that will be broadcast on our local M-Net channels on the MultiChoice platform.

MultiChoice Talent Factory graduates will also get to showcase their portfolio of work on the MTF Portal – a database for film professionals across the continent, where they can access job opportunities, keep up to date with industry news, and expand their network.

At MultiChoice Africa, the African entertainment industry is at the core of who we are and what we do. This social investment programme shows our commitment – alongside long-term partnerships with government, stakeholders and creative organisations – to develop Africa’s creative industries into vibrant, economic centres. This is how MultiChoice uses the power of entertainment to enrich lives.


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