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Entries Now Open for the New Zealand Television Awards 2012


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Monday 9 July 2012

Entries Now Open for the New Zealand Television Awards 2012


Entries have opened today for the New Zealand Television Awards 2012.

With a total of 46 categories to be contested, the Awards are set to once again recognise and celebrate the very best of New Zealand’s Television industry.

Entry information and criteria is available on the Awards website www.televisionawards.co.nz

Key dates for 2012 are:
Entries open: Monday 9 July
Entries close: Wednesday 8 August
Awards Event Tickets On Sale: Monday 17 September
Finalists Announcement: Wednesday 26 September
Awards Dinner Event: Saturday 3 November


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