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Public Address 12/06/08 - Better ... prettier

Public Address 12/06/08 - Better, faster ... prettier

Better, faster ... prettier | Jun 12, 2008 10:27
Russell Brown's Hard News
Public Address readers are generally understanding about the appearance of advertising on this site. But one thing that bugs me -- and, I suspect, many readers -- is the auxillary ads. When the fine people at Scoop Media haven't sold a particular space via agencies, the ad-serving system still has...
http://publicaddress.net/default,5085.sm

An imperfect use of a newspaper | Jun 12, 2008 09:11
David Slack on his own account
If you are missing the National Party's WasteWatch site as much as I am, there are two bits of good news. The first is that The Standard resurrected the service last month with real numbers and, heaven forbid, analysis. The second is that National has outsourced the job...
http://publicaddress.net/default,5084.sm

PA Radio: The Internet Ad Lag
Posted at 10:38AM on 12 Jun 08
Mark Evans, CEO of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, discusses the most recent figures on internet advertising spend in New Zealand, why it has only a third of the market share it enjoys in Britain, and how to fix that.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,1165,pa_radio_the_internet_ad_lag.sm

PA Radio: Justice in a Court of Law
Posted at 10:34AM on 12 Jun 08
Craig Ranapia looks at the Criminal Procedure Bill and doesn't like what he sees.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,1164,pa_radio_justice_in_a_court_of_law.sm

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