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IMNZ Announces 2004/2005 Board

IMNZ Board Announced

IMNZ Announces 2004/2005 Board

Independent Music New Zealand held its 2004 Annual General Meeting on Thursday April 29th, and one of the central events of the meeting was the election of the Board, who will hold their seats for the next twelve months.

The members elected to the IMNZ Board for 2004/2005 are:

Murray Cammick - Wildside Records

Gareth Farry - Sugarlicks

Andrew Featherstone - Intergalactic Records

Ben Howe - Arch Hill Records

Mark Kneebone - Tardus Music

Karyn South - Fabel Music

Simon Woods - In Music

Bernie Griffen of Global Routes was re-elected to the position of Chair.

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