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Topic # 10072 3-Nov-2006 10:47
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Paul Brislen tech journo on TV, in the Herald and Computerworld is off to Voda as an 'External Media Relations' thingy - well that is the rumour.




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  Reply # 50947 3-Nov-2006 16:28
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Is in today's NBR - will take the role of External Communications Manager, starting in December

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Reply # 52694 16-Nov-2006 19:25
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Yes, he's on Vodafone, but curiously enough I just picked up the Mob #2 at a Telecom store here in the mall, and one of the articles is authored by.... Paul Brislen.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 52701 16-Nov-2006 19:57
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Im sure he will continue his other postings.

Bit like if you remember Richard Ram who was the webmaster for Vodafone NZ and wrote articals for maybe Netguide or PC World etc.

Mr Brilslen is prob on a fatter retainer working for Vodafone and now will get the best of best of both worlds getting paid and still able to do what you want.




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