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TVNZ 7 Internet Debate

InternetNZ Media Advisory – 23 September 2008

Reminder: TVNZ 7 Internet Debate

This evening at 9.10pm, the TVNZ 7 Internet Debate is being broadcast on TVNZ 7 and streamed live to www.debate.net.nz and www.tvnz.co.nz (keyword: Internet Debate).

Media are invited to view and participate in the live chat facilities, accessible from www.debate.net.nz

The Internet Debate, being held in association with InternetNZ, involves four politicians quizzed on major areas of ICT policy with on online chat, a studio audience, and experienced journalists.

The politicians are Labour’s Minister of Communications Hon David Cunliffe, National ICT Spokesperson Hon Maurice Williamson, ACT Leader Rodney Hide and Greens ICT Spokesperson Metiria Turei.

Experienced journalist Damian Christie will moderate the debate (replacing Sean Plunket), with questions posed by two other experienced journalists Fran O’Sullivan and Russell Brown.


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