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News From The Connected Media Trust

News From The Connected Media Trust

Connected Media Trust is pleased to announce two bits of news....


1. AFRICA CALLING on Campbell Live on TV3 from Wednesday 29 June

Africa Calling is a series of 8 short 'video postcards'. They are messages from ordinary Africans to the world leaders who will be meeting at the G8 Summit in Scotland on 6-8 July.

Africa Calling will be delivered on DVD to the G8 and other key political leaders.

Here in New Zealand a selection of the Africa Calling films will be broadcast on Campbell Live on TV3 (weeknights, 7pm) from Wednesday 29 June in the lead-up to the G8 Summit.

Africa Calling is available on DVD and VHS from Connected Media for non-broadcast use in New Zealand or Australia. Price: $67.50 including GST and delivery.

2. EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE at ARC on Tuesday 5 July at 7pm

The Auckland Regional Council is screening two documentaries on Air Quality at a Video & Information Evening.

Europe On Air - as broadcast on BBC World plus Japan's Lessons on Economy and Environment: The Battle Against Air Pollution

At the ARC, 21 Pitt Street, Auckland On Tuesday 5 July at 7pm

See attached flyer with RSVP information

Each documentary is also available on DVD and VHS from Connected Media for non-broadcast use in New Zealand or Australia. Price: $67.50 including GST and delivery.

CONNECTED MEDIA TRUST

* a New Zealand based charitable trust with a mission to promote awareness of sustainability through media

* advances its mission by developing and distributing films covering a range of sustainability issues

* a partner of TVE (see www.tve.org ).

* distributes TVE programming in New Zealand and Australia, including the Earth Report and Life series which are broadcast on BBC World.

Big thanks to The Body Shop for sponsoring us

Connected Media Trust www.connectedmedia.org

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