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Triangle TV launches youth series

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Triangle TV launches youth series

From the depths of the South Island a vibrant new youth TV programme bursts onto Auckland screens.

Engage is a local television programme made by, for and about teenagers.

Created, produced and presented by REAL teenagers Engage presents sport, music, comedy, reviews, teenage opinions, the arts, issues and events of interest to teenagers throughout New Zealand.

Produced in Invercargill by Mercury Television, Engage offers a humorous and natural approach to the traditional magazine style show and features that rolling Southland "R".

A series of 13 episodes of Engage screens weekly on Triangle Television at 7.30pm Saturdays from May 3rd.

Engage 7.30pm Saturdays Triangle TV

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For further details or a preview tape please contact:

Erin Johnson Triangle Television Phone (09) 376-5030 Email erin@tritv.co.nz


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