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Webstock Video: Russell Brown On NZ Web Content


You Are Doing It Wrong - Russell's Message To Online Advertisers
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Media commentator, Scoop Media Network partner, PublicAddress.net publisher and self-confessed "blutter" Russell Brown opened the final day of Webstock this morning with a provocative address on the state of web media in New Zealand. This will be of great interest to media junkies and especially to advertising agency media buyers who are recommended to view the final 20 minutes of the presentation. Video supplied and served by Webstock web-videographers http://www.r2.co.nz.

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Russell Brown Self Confessed "Blutter" ( = Blog Nutter)
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Russell's lolcat Collin
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