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AYV Signs MoU for New TV Show

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AYV Signs MoU for New TV Show

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 He further stated that The AYV Late, Late Show is innovative and geared towards show-casing Sierra Leone. He added that the show will center on the economy and politics spiced with lots of entertainment.

Macauley described the signing of the MoU as a unique opportunity to work with not only the biggest media institution in the country but also a force to reckon with in the sub-region.

Digital and Branding Manager Africa Young Voices Media Empire, Stella Bangura described the new Late, Late Show as something that will take broadcasting to another level in Sierra Leone. She added that this show will add to the already established brands of AYV.

She assured viewers that they will be introduced to something new and something that will glue them to their TV sets. She welcomed Winston Ojukutu Macauley to the AYV Family, stating AYV is always ready to provide the platform for people to contribute to national development.

Director of Operations Africa Young Voices Media Empire Samuel Wise Bangura mentioned that this is one of the many good things viewers expect of AYV. He assured the general public that AYV will always create content that viewers will be happy about.

In his statement the Managing Director Africa Young Voices Media Empire Ezekiel Duramany- Lakkoh officially welcomed Winston Ojukutu Macauley to the AYV Family and assured him of a good working relationship. He disclosed that the Late, Late Show is going to be more entertaining with the aim of taking broadcasting to another level in Sierra Leone.

He called on corporate institutions to take advantage of the Late, Late Show to advertise their goods and services, adding that it is going to be something big in Sierra Leone.

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