Public Meeting in Auckland to be chaired by Brian Edwards
The first Save TVNZ 7 meeting is in Auckland - May 15, 7-9pm, Freemans Bay Community Centre - The panel of speakers from political parties and experts will be moderated by Brian Edwards. The audience will be asking questions too and it promises to be standing room only in the large hall so get there early.
Details: Free entry, tea and coffee available, entry on Hepburn Street Ponsonby
Other meetings are happening in Wellington on May 21, Nelson on May 25, Christchurch on May 28, and Palmerston North, Dunedin and Hamilton in June. More details to come in a few days.
Also this too, its free - and could provide some valuable info for people who um need this valuable info. Some great speakers too - Lorraine Barry to Brendan Smyth, Hamish Pinkham to Mark Wright, and all in between.
No - its about TVNZ 7 losing its funding and being shut down by the end of June or July. Fucking ridiculous! Which just happened to coincide with The GC getting NZONAir funding. Even though Julie Christy could probably fund it from her morning tea budget.
Its very much public service broadcasting.
I try and catch Media 7, and Im enjoying The Sitting Room too. Chris Knox pops up here and there too hosting some cool art pieces.
Im making it sound all artsy fartsy, and it is to a degree, but there's tons of other kiwi stuff too.
Yep, I think I will. Want to hear what Lorraine Barry has to say about a few tings.
you could just ask me
I still dont know exactly what you do btw.
Ok then, will you manage me?, and at the same time not try to convince me that a prog album with ten minute songs is stupid, and come up with a way to put the whole album on itunes and make it so the whole thing has to be d/led in its entirety - but having embedded track markers so you can segment it.
the delivery mechanism isn't the issue, its a side issue important in its own right (refer Sky deals and the like) - lose the content and channel tech stuff is just zeroes and ones filled with the lady ridges
says the guy who can't attend due to work commitments