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Public Address 01/05/08 - The Art of the Interview

Public Address 01/05/08 - The Art of the Interview

The Art of the Interview | May 01, 2008 10:22
Russell Brown's Hard News
This week's Media7 is a lively affair -- as in: I couldn't shut the b*ggers up -- with Sean Plunket, Amanda Millar and Jim Tucker discussing the art of the interview. I've also negotiated permission for the Newsmash section to be made available in all video formats but YouTube --... http://publicaddress.net/default,4967.sm

A system of tubes | Apr 30, 2008 15:43
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven
Ritual excuses for blog silence first: no, I haven't been in jail, or unconscious, or on tour, or anything exciting, really. Just slowly waking up from my two year nap and attempting to establish a slender but reasonably sustainable professional life in the place... http://publicaddress.net/default,4966.sm

Jemaine Clement, Australian
Posted at 8:39AM on 1 May 08
The FOTC star comes the raw prawn in a 2006 series of TV spots for the Aussie themed, US-based chain Outback Steakhouse. Gotta love that accent.
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,1076,jemaine_clement_australian.sm

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