At last the Dominica Broadcasting Corporation has a new manager.
In his first introduction to staff Thursday afternoon, Brian Meade told workers he is prepared to lead them as professionals and said, “You’re either with me, or you’re a terrorist”.
He told staff that his vision is to take the company to another level and that they “cannot afford to stay back.”
He commended the DBS employees for professionalism and vowed to help them improve in that area. “I observe you in and out of the station and what I have heard and what I have seen, I’ve been very encouraged,” he said.
Meade’s appointment follows the dismissal of former manager Mariette Warrington over claims of misconduct. Shermaine Green Brown, Programme Director at DBS, acted in the position for one year and a half.
Brian Meade is employed on a two year basis with the corporation and his contract may be renewed subsequently.
Aurelius Jolly, Chairman of the DBS Board of Directors, said it is hoped that the new manager will be working “very seriously at cementing all our differences, our problems at this corporation.”
DBS is observing 40 years of operation.
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