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Topic # 7703 4-May-2006 11:38

Hi, I'm new to this but I want to start discussions on and around NZ Television. I work in the business and I would love to take part in discussions and feedback on what's on our screens whether it's a locally made programme or the latest US import. I'm trying to open an online portal where the actual wishes of the viewing public can be fed back to the people that decide what goes on our screens and to promote more locally made television (of the right kind!).What did you watch last night? What did you think? Will you watch it again? What do you like to watch and why? What do you hate and why? What would you like to see more of? What is missing? What has disappeared that should be brought back? Would you like to watch more TV on your mobile phone or iPod? Is SKY worth the money? Do you have MySKY? Should we all have it? Will it mean the end of adverts on TV?Over to you...

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Reply # 34773 4-May-2006 11:47
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Welcome to Geekzone... Those are all interesting questions. You could open different threads for each in the Home Theathre forum?







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Reply # 34778 4-May-2006 12:43

OK, will do!Thanks...

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