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Ed Worster - Head of TV
With more than 30 years in television, Ed's wealth of experience across production, content and channel management is unrivalled.
He started, in 1983, as a Studio Floor Manager at the SABC before joining the Religious Department as a producer and director, heading up major live broadcasts like the papal mass conducted by Pope John Paul II at Gosforth Park and Archbishop Tutu's farewell service from St George's Cathedral.
Ed spent seven years as Programme Manager of SABC2, a year as Acting GM for the Content Hub and two years as Acting GM for SABC3.
He joined Rapid Blue in 2013 as Head of Television, bringing with him a nurturing and supportive management style.
Ed Worster, SABC ...
Ed Worster, SABC 2's programme manager, said: "SABC 2 believes that there is a vast reservoir of untapped talent out there in South Africa, and we are very excited about the possibility of finding our next superstar through SA's Got Talent."
Says Ed Worster, Head of Programming at SABC 2 ,We,re delighted that the father of South African theatre is gracing this exciting locally produced medical drama.An actor of his caliber has really added prestige to this production. ,Hillside, boasts a star-studded cast and Wednesdays will not be the same for South African audiences , it,s just what the doctor ordered!,
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SABC 2 Programme Manager
South African Ballet Theatre | Elitedance.com
Ed Worster, Programme Manager: SABC 2 said "SABC 2 is pleased to offer South African ballet lovers a repeat showing of SABT's stunning production of Swan Lake . The repeat is a response to the enthusiastic reception given to the initial broadcast and our hope is that even more viewers will tune in for our Christmas Day matinee at 13h30 and enjoy the timeless beauty of this ballet classic."