TAAC RADIO

TAAC Radio

The African Arts Centre Radio

TAAC  RADIO is Scotland’s new station working to plug the narrow and wider gaps in modern communication. An affordable and comprehensive platform enabling the disadvantaged poor to participate in basic human development with dignity from Scotland UK,

 We pride ourselves as service providers for the disadvantaged poor of every society and one of the largest non commercial advertising medium for community development.

TAAC broadcaster offers not only air-time but acts as a production house for advertisements and program concepts.

Our volunteers enable TAAC TADIO to provide quality programming and relevant local and international news to the population, and consistently delivers the largest audience of any non commercial media company.

Current Vacancies:

Production Jobs currently available at TAAC RADIO

TAAC Radio
Radio Station Manager           Station Manager                 Series   producer
Edit Producer               Radio Producer/Director           Producer/Director
Junior Radio Production Manager                     Assistant Producer
Assistant Producer              Junior TV Production Manager
Edit Producer    Archive Researcher     Archive Researcher
Production Secretary    Production Secretary  Talent Co-ordinator
Series Producer  Casting Producer

Production Team Vacancy list of all the various:

Talent Co-ordinator
Executive Producer
Casting Producer
Production Co-ordinator
Executive Producer
Production Manager
Production Co-ordinator /Manager

Volunteering  Positions @ TAAC

 

 

Friends of Wumenu Community Farm donates to Wumenu D/A Basic School in Ghana

We have recently donated books, chairs & tables to the Wumenu D/A Basic School in rural Ghana. The items value at sixteen thousand, three hundred and forty-six cedis, and eight – six pesewas (Ghc 16,346.86) equivalent of £2877.52.

The donations were made up of items which were redirected from the Scottish landfill sites which the Wumenu project in Glasgow manages to send to Ghana as part of its recycling shmeme giving a second life to unused items in Scotland.

The donation is made up of over 5,581 selected books, of different levels and subject, and for teachers and learners. Basic 1 to 9 levels also received 200 chair and 44 tables that can seat two pupils each.The nursery received 12 tables that can seat 4 to 5 children each and 73 chairs for the comfort of the children for teaching and learning. Read the full story here…