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Vaughan Winiata appointed to APN

Media Advisory
March 8, 2006

APN New Zealand National Publishing is pleased to announce the appointment of Vaughan Winiata to the role of Sales Director for Retail, Real Estate, Motoring, Entertainment and Features.

Vaughan has extensive general management and sales experience in a career spanning more than 18 years.

His most recent role as General Manager at Camera House saw Vaughan drive top line sales and market growth to achieve leadership position in the market.

Prior to Camera House, he spent five years as Sales Manager at Sony NZ, before being headhunted to the role of National Sales Manager at Fujifilm NZ.

With extensive media buying experience and a clear understanding of the competitive media environment, he will bring a fresh approach to drive the best results for clients.

Vaughan joins APN on 13 March 2006.

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About APN New Zealand

APN News & Media is a successful broad-based media company that publishes New Zealand's leading metropolitan daily newspaper, The New Zealand Herald as well as the Herald on Sunday and the community magazine, The Aucklander.

APN also publishes nine daily newspapers outside Auckland, including the Bay of Plenty Times, Hawke’s Bay Today, Rotorua Daily Post, Wairarapa Times-Age, Wanganui Chronicle, the Northern Advocate and the community newspaper the Christchurch Star.

NZ Magazines, also a division of APN National Publishing owns an expanding range of magazine titles, including New Zealand Woman’s Weekly, The New Zealand Listener and Creme magazine.

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