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Prime Time To Tune In

Tue, 2 Nov 2004

Prime Time To Tune In

Prime Television today made New Zealand broadcasting history signing the country's leading broadcaster, Paul Holmes, to host its new flagship current affairs programme.

Over 75% of New Zealanders are currently tuned into Prime. Holmes viewers who have not yet tuned into New Zealand?s fastest growing television network, may need a UHF aerial installed. (With the exception Gisborne on VHF band III)

For tune in details call 0800 SEE PRIME (0800 733 7746) or visit www.primetv.co.nz

Prime is also available on the Sky network's Channel 6.

ENDS


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