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R2.co.nz Live Video: NetHui South – 23 & 24 Nov 2012

R2.co.nz Live Video: NetHui South – 23 & 24 Nov 2012


Today and tomorrow 23 and 24 November, we are live webcasting the NetHui South conference. The event is being held in Dunedin as a regional NetHui.

NetHui South has two simultaneus stream sessions during the break-out sessions

InternetNZ have given permission for us to pass on deep linking rights to media organisations who are interested in having the live webcasts on their own websites.

Video stream courtesy of InternetNZ and R2.co.nz. The full webcast details at http://www.r2.co.nz/20121123/.

Events begin at approximately 1pm on Friday and 9am on Saturday. A schedule for the conference is available on the NetHui South 2012 website.

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