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Are you fed up with the quality of TV ?

Viewers for Television Excellence Inc

“Spotlight on TV”

Are you fed up with the quality of TV ?

Come and hear what your MPs are going to do about TV standards in NZ.

Now is your chance to put the hard questions to them face to face. Meet them at the...

VoTE Annual Meeting, Tuesday 7 June, 7.30 pm

All Welcome – do bring a friend or neighbour.
Admission by Donation.

Party Broadcasting spokespersons have accepted VoTE’s invitation to front up and put their Party’s policies

The Line up includes:

Labour Party: Hon Mr Steve Maharey
National Party: Hon Mrs Georgina te Heuheu
Progressive Party: Hon. Mr Matt Robson
United Future: Mr Marc Alexander
Green Party: Ms Sue Kedgley
New Zealand First: Mrs Barbara Stewart
Act Party: Ms Deborah Coddington

Chairman: Mr Mark Blumsky, former Mayor of Wellington

Violence in the media leads to violence in society. Our children are at risk from TV, but Broadcasters are constantly pushing the boundaries, screening unacceptable material before the watershed time of 8.30pm. Even after that time, Children are still up and being exposed to unacceptable programmes. Make your voice heard at the VoTE Annual Meeting.

Avalon Television Centre, Percy Cameron Street (opposite Fraser Park), Lower Hutt, 7.30pm, Tuesday 7th June 2005.

ENDS

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