MaltaToday | 24 August 2008

NEWS | Sunday, 24 August 2008

Claudette shows desire to move on

Local singer of Desire fame, TV producer and presenter Claudette Pace has resigned from her job as Sales and Marketing Manager for Media.Link effective next week, this newspaper has learnt.
Media.Link, owned by the Nationalist Party, also runs Net TV, with which Pace is publicly associated through her variety show Sellili, which ran until last June.
Work pertaining to her show however, has no connection with her post at Media.Link, as it is done through Cliché Media Entertainment, a company she co-owns with her husband David Buttigieg.
Contacted yesterday, Pace denied initially that she had resigned.
“No I’m not resigning from Net TV. I still work there,” she said.
When asked whether the news of her resignation was a mere rumour, or if there was some truth behind it, she said: “I’m not sales and marketing manager there anymore, but I will still be working closely within the structure at Net.”
She refused to specify whether her collaboration with Net would now be one involving an employment contract or a service agreement.
“There are various levels on which we can work together, but I assure you that I have no problem with Net,” she pointed out. “I am still looking at new ways with which we can collaborate, but no I haven’t resigned.”
Asked whether she could elaborate on why she decided on this move, Pace curtly said: “No, they’re personal reasons.”

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