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Prime News - First at 5:30 Rebroadcast

27 September 2004

Prime News - First at 5:30 Rebroadcast

Due to the continued success of Prime News First at 5:30, Prime Television will, from tonight, re-broadcast the 5:30 News bulletin at 7pm.

In announcing the service, Prime Television CEO Chris Taylor said, “We are delighted with the success of the First at 5:30 News bulletin and are committed to it becoming entrenched in the New Zealand Television Landscape. This move represents a good marketing opportunity for Prime to expose our service to those who have not yet had the opportunity to sample a product we are very proud of.”

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