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Scoop Images & Audio: Journalism Matters (Day Two)

Journalism Matters - Engineering Printing & Manufacturing Union Summit

Parliament Buildings, Wellington, Saturday, August 11-12, 2007


Images & Audio from Kevin List & Alastair Thompson
See also… Scoop Images & Audio: Journalism Matters (Day One)

Contents:
1. Public Broadcasting panel discussion and open forum
Featuring: Kathryn Ryan (RNZ), Peter Cavanagh (Radio NZ), Sharon Fergusson (TVNZ) and Margie Comrie (Massey University).
2. What can be done? Panel discussion and open forum
Featuring: Kim Griggs (Freelance), Jeremy Rose (City Voice), Murray Kirkness (ODT Editor) & Scoop.co.nz's Alastair Thompson
3. Final Deliberations, Summary & Resolutions - Chair Brent Edwards

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1. Public Broadcasting panel discussion and open forum
Featuring: Kathryn Ryan (RNZ), Peter Cavanagh (Radio NZ), Sharon Fergusson (TVNZ) and Margie Comrie (Massey University).


Kathryn Ryan - Radio NZ Nine-To-Noon Host
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Brent Edwards & Kathry Ryan
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Sharon Ferguson - TVNZ Reporter
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Peter Cavanagh - RNZ Boss
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Margie Comrie - Massey University Palmerston North
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2. What can be done? Panel discussion and open forum
Featuring: Kim Griggs (Freelance), Jeremy Rose (City Voice), Murray Kirkness (ODT Editor) & Scoop.co.nz's Alastair Thompson


Kim Griggs - Freelance Journalist
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Jeremy Rose
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Murray Kirkness - Otago Daily Times Editor
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Scoop.co.nz Founder & Co-editor Alastair Thompson
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Green Party MP Sue Kedgley
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3. Final Deliberations, Summary & Resolutions - Chair Brent Edwards


Summit Chairman Brent Edwards
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