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More good news for Scotland

Posted on Aug 23 2009
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MGt was under pressure earlier this year due to the collapse of TV channel Setanta in the UK and had to make 65 job cuts (fewer than the predicted 95 staff), but the firm has bounced back and the 120 jobs are available now, with a potential further intake later in the year.


The posts are understood to relate to a range of contracts, including BT, Top-Up TV, Setanta in Ireland, and Racing UK, a horse racing channel.


“We are a growing company and we are actively seeking recruits into the business to help support growing existing clients and to support new clients brought on board over the last few months,” said chief executive Jonathan Guthrie.


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