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Public Address 27/05/04 - Epiphanies

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/05/04 - Epiphanies

Small television epiphany | May 26, 2004 19:25
Fiona Rae from the couch

Good to see Steve Maharey giving more or less an assurance that he won't be fiddling with NZ On Air in this week's Listener. I did a similar story a while back about the row that was brewing between the independent television producers and TVNZ over...
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The day before the day before the day before yesterday, I went diving. | May 26, 2004 16:21
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I see the new SFX extravaganza The Day After Tomorrow opens tomorrow. What a wasted marketing opportunity. Surely by delaying it just one more day there would've been a whole lot more synchronicity, and a great marketing angle: "The Day after Tomorrow… in cinemas, well, the day after...
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