Nafasi za kazi Shirika la Utangazaji Tanzania TBC January 2021
Nafasi za kazi Shirika la Utangazaji Tanzania TBC January 2021 The Public Service Recruitment Secretariat (PSRS) is a government organ with a status of independent Department established specifically to facilitate the recruitment process of employees to the Public Service. Public Service Recruitment Secretariat was established by the Public Service Act No. 8 0f 2002 as amended by Act No. 18 of 2007, section 29(1)
Radio broadcasts began on July 1, 1951. Until 1994, there was no single television network operating on mainland Tanzania. The only station of the United Republic was Television Zanzibar (TVZ), which was established in the early 1970s. Whereas other African countries had decided to establish television shortly before or soon after independence Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere’s cabinet resisted the introduction of television at all, insisting that the medium was too expensive and that Tanzania’s radio coverage was yet too imperfect. Moreover, it was argued that such an expansion would merely serve the upper and wealthy strata of the population as an entertainment medium. On the contrary, television proponents claimed that the medium could be an effective instrument in the national development process since it produced social awareness among the people. As a consequence acceptance of and participation in various development programmes could be ensured. But in June 1974, President Julius Nyerere settled the matter by saying: “When we have a satellite that would make it possible to cover the whole country I will go for television … and not until then.“ As a result, the schemes of many institutions, such as UNESCO, Swedish Telecommunications Administration (Swedtel), Nippon Electric Corporation, or the British Marconi Company, were simply archived. In addition, the importation of TV sets was banned by law in 1974. Despite this, after the launch of many private TV stations, the government decided in 2001 to award a TV channel to TBC.
Programming includes news and entertainment. TBC operates its television programs through 3 television profiles namely TBC 1, TBC 2 and newly established Tanzania Safari Channel (A wildlife channel). Also it operates four radio stations, TBC Taifa, TBC FM and TBC Arusha in Swahili and TBC International in English.
TBC broadcasts on three TV channels and 4 radio stations (though private television channels and radio stations also exist) and is also available via satellite and online
On behalf of The Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC), Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill fourteen (14) vacant post as mentioned Bellow In PDF File