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03/11/2008

Broadcastgraduate.com Offers Graduates A Star In Broadcast, Media And Creative Industries

Broadcastgraduate.com is an online network and jobs board offering graduates the opportunity to start their careers in the broadcast, media and creative industries.
A number of businesses have partnered with the service, which include broadcasters, TV facilities, post production companies and manufacturers in order to benefit from the business packages available.
When online, these companies are able to search the graduate database to find the best new talent for their respective businesses.
As a graduate, simply complete the FREE registration process including information on your education and previous experience and as well as being able to access the jobs board, your profile will be added to the graduate database.
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