space for a Jon Stewart Daily Show take on things.
Ahem Brown Eye.
We all remembered Campbell Live was there.
And it was there when people needed a voice, Christchurch as mentioned, Cave Creek, poverty etc. My impression of this advocacy is it stayed on the issue and the programme didn't make it all about itself - quite a temptation in the current media environment.
And Campbell himself. I suppose some might find him overly ebullient but overall I feel enthusiasm is infectious and I didn't false.
I want to see news about how happy we all are
? Perhaps there are reason for unhappiness Mike? And happy isn't the word I'd reach for to describe his mood in his editorials.
Well done all. I look forward to watching when I'm left to my own devices.
I’ve had nothing but support from TVNZ ever since the 2 minute coffee meeting with Head of Content Jeff Latch, which basically went “Jeff, have a look at this video from my website contributors” – “It’s great – let me know what we can do to help.”
Very impressed by this.
I'm really looking forward to this: h/t Jezebel
I think to be fair, many recent Blues coaches have encountered the same difficulties with the Blues, as Russell aptly wrote above,
who are like some sort of experiment in making the least of talent.
I regret I cannot recall engaging much with their games last year either.
Con the grats for the end of the sessions Emma. Here's to allowing thoughts to wander from suchlike... h/t io9
The Anti-Hero, her first official Doctor Who novella
published by Radom House (so appropriate).
Thanks for going into more detail here what you're going through Emma. Offerings empathy sounds shallow but I've certainly been thinking of you and even the cricket has lead to thoughts like "Oh! I hope Emma enjoyed that!"
Woah. Did not know.
PRESS RELEASE 12 December 2014
As at 12.00pm today free-to-air sports channel Sommet Sports will cease transmission.
Launched 18th July 2013, Sommet Sports has delivered both live and pre-recorded sports on Freeview Channel 14, and Sky Channel 69. Funding initially understood to be available for the channel upon launch had largely never materialised and Sommet has been forced to attempt to deliver a full nationwide broadcast channel on one third of the finance.
“I am totally gutted at not being able to sustain something that we have long held a fervent desire to deliver to New Zealanders. Sommet was born from a dream to deliver free sports to all kiwis. Sadly this dream is not to be.” says Andrew Reeves, Director of Sommet Sports Ltd. “We have been blown away by the amazing support and consistently growing viewership that we gained in such a short time. We can only thank our loyal fans who have stayed with us until the end.”
“Being the ‘new kids on the block“, we also struggled to gain a strong foothold with most advertising agencies. This coupled with an acute funding shortage has left us with the sad reality of having to make the difficult call.”
“I would like to thank OMD, Spark, McDonalds, KFC and Fiat Chrysler group for their support and belief in our vision of delivering ‘Free Sports for Kiwis’ “.