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Internet TV Show - Right OnLine - Tomorrow 8pm

New Internet TV Show - Right OnLine - Tomorrow!

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New Zealand's first Internet TV show, Right OnLine, goes to air on Triangle Television at 8 pm on Tuesday 15th June. This 12 episode series featuring New Zealand content, applications, technologies and experiences will be screened 4 times weekly on Triangle and other community stations around New Zealand. The Tuesday 8pm slot is its regular screening time. Right Online is expected to attract significant audiences due to the high level of interest in the Internet and how to get the most part of the Internet as a resource.

The show will also be broadcast on the Internet on the website www.online tv.co.nz This is one of the first times a concurrent Internet broadcast has been attempted in New Zealand. It follows the very successful "Millennium Baby" promotion earlier this year.

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