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New office for Fiji TV

Luke Rawalai
Monday, January 20, 2014

RECOGNISING the number of developments and investments happening in the North, Fiji Television Limited opened a new office in Labasa on Saturday.

Company CEO Tevita Gonelevu said they had decided to move up North to tap into the news source within the division.

Mr Gonelevu said they would have seven staff members in their news office including a full time news reporter.

"We will also be having ad hoc reporters from Suva who will be covering the latest news happenings in the North," he said.

"While we opened today (Saturday), we had kicked-off with a promotion where we slashed our SKY Entertainment package installation for an all time low of $50 including a three months of viewing for free.

"The first 20 customers will have their SKY discs today."

The new office was blessed by Reverend Jone Ledua of the Naseakula Methodist Church circuit who also officially opened the new office.


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