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Topic # 112083 26-Nov-2012 08:32 Send private message


http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/7996442/TVNZ7-survey-results-concealed

What a surprise! Be careful what you ask.

The survey found "awareness of TVNZ7 grew from 32 per cent in September 2008 to 74 per cent in May 2011. By then it was being watched weekly by more than half of all Freeview households, a number set to grow after the digital switchover."

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  Reply # 722832 26-Nov-2012 09:06 Send private message

Follow the money... Cui bono?





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  Reply # 722884 26-Nov-2012 10:16 Send private message

This is again an example why Governments should not run businesses. TVNZ should either be made a true 'Public Service Network' funded by taxes or sold. I am in favour of the later.




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