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Bill Rosenberg Speaks On Who Owns The NZ Media

CAFCA's Bill Rosenberg Speaks On Who Owns The NZ Media

Bill Rosenberg, of the Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA), is speaking in Auckland, June 17 & 18, on who owns the NZ media.

All inquiries to Geraldene Peters, of Global Peace and Justice Auckland mailto:bern@ihug.co.nz

TUESDAY: JUNE 17. 7.30 pm sharp Trades Hall, 147 Great North Road, Grey Lynn

Guest Speaker: Bill Rosenberg Bill Rosenberg researches and writes on foreign investment, trade and New Zealand's economic relationship with the world for CAFCA and other organisations. His articles have been published in newspapers, magazines and books in New Zealand and overseas. He has a broad knowledge of overseas investment in New Zealand, writing a monthly commentary on the decisions of the Overseas Investment Commission.


Most of our news media are owned by three - shortly to be four - transnational media empires. Most of the owners have their own public, right-wing, political agendas. Who owns our news media and does it matter?

WEDNESDAY: JUNE 18 12noon-1pm WT1406

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