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Front Of The Box Productions


Kia ora koutou katoa and welcome to FRONT OF THE BOX PRODUCTIONS. We're really pleased to announce the launch of our new IPTV:
www.gogglebox.tv

This is a space for film and television Producers and Directors looking for an alternative platform to broadcast their work. With Gogglebox.tv you can put yourself to screen in front of a world wide audience. It's simple to do it even takes pod-casts and mobile phone pics and vids. Viewers can rate and discuss the work and if you like talk to the producers. We also have a couple of really exciting programmes currently screening on TV ONE (TVNZ) and Maori TV. We've even enabled you to talk to our presenters and production staff and watch them at work live behind the scenes. So come and join us at FRONT OF THE BOX PRODUCTIONS, the leading producer of indigenous programming:
www.frontofthebox.co.nz

NOW SHOWING TV ONE:
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO WILLIE AND JT
What you always wanted to tell Pakeha but were too afraid to…..What you always wanted to say to Maori - but you don't know any……..then 'The World According to Willie and JT' is the programme for you. Episode 2 screening Monday 16 April at 10pm, sees John Tamihere (JT) trying to drum up support for his theory that men are the nation's second class citizens because the country's being run by fundamentalist feminists.

The 8 part series featuring outspoken former MP's Willie Jackson and John Tamihere, debuted last week pulling in a huge share of the audience and looks likely to do it again. 'The World According to Willie and JT', is a humorous look at some very serious questions.

For more information:
www.willieandjt.co.nz


BACK ON TV ONE: EYE TO EYE WITH WILLIE JACKSON
The no holds barred current affairs show is back again on TV ONE Saturday mornings 0930am. Outspoken, controversial former MP and now broadcaster Willie Jackson goes head to head with the country's most influential social and political decision makers. This week Willie and guests debate the appalling state of management of our prisons following a spate of controversies at Rimutaka Prison.

If you want to ask Willie a question or suggest a topic for discussion then go to:
www.frontofthebox.co.nz


CURRENTLY SCREENING ON MAORI TV: TAKATÄ€PUI
Indepth, investigative reporting, innovative, inspiring profiles, risque, tongue 'n cheek skits - you'll find something to interest you on Takatāpui the world's first indigenous gay, lesbian and transgender television series currently screening on Maori television, Tuesday nights at 1030pm.

If you want to speak with the beautiful Ramon or watch her working behind the scenes live from the production house then go to:
www.takataapui.co.nz


NEW SHOW COMING TO MAORI TV: MISS KIHI HEI ARERO
There's way more to rangatahi Maori than hip hop, krumping, beat-box and sports. If you want to know what the future leaders of New Zealand are thinking, feeling and doing today, then tune into Maori television Saturdays 5 pm starting April 21 for 'Miss Kihi hei Arero'.

If you want to talk to Miss Kihi or watch the Producer and Director behind the scenes in the studio control room while the programme's being recorded then go to:
www.arero.co.nz


NOW OPERATING: PUNCH! PRESENTATIONS LTD
PUNCH! PRESENTATIONS assists Private Corporations and Government Organisations keep pace with New Zealand's expanding ethnic diversity.

Cultural intelligence is more than being smart, it's about sustainable competitive advantage. New knowledge, better information.

http://www.punchpresentations.co.nz

CURRENTLY SCREENING: GOGGLEBOX.TV
Are you a film or tv programme director or producer and can't get a conventional broadcaster to screen your work? Then gogglebox.tv is for you. Gogglebox.tv is an IPTV with a worldwide audience. So go ahead upload your film or programme onto the site and watch the audience roll in.

You can upload any format including mobile and ipod. If you're a viewer only, then email the maker, rate their work, discuss it with others on site at:
http://www.gogglebox.tv


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