Dog vs Darth! Awkward! Parody! Fire safety! Flying people! Stats! Linkage!

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  • February 2, 2012
  • Ben Fahy

Youtube VideoVW's mashed-up superbowl ad.

Youtube VideoAnti-superbowl advertising.

Youtube VideoYou got parodied, Samsung.

Youtube VideoA unique–and elaborate—way to promote fire safety.

Youtube VideoMysterious flying people.

Youtube VideoYouTube stats—animated.

Search New Zealand advertising on Facebook and this is what you get, this old chap should've gone to Specsavers, great pics of the Tough Guy challenge, search Google Images by drawing, and a great way to put sandwich thieves off the scent.

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Follow the money, part four: Where New Zealand's news media is finding pots of funding gold

Follow the money, part four: Where New Zealand's news media is finding pots of funding gold

Follow the money. It’s an axiom that journalists have believed in for years and a guiding light when it comes to holding the powerful to account. But that phrase is increasingly pertinent to those who run media businesses. As advertising money flows away from traditional channels towards large tech firms, the old business model of selling space around the news is creaking. And that has led to a range of experiments from publishers and broadcasters hoping to keep the lights on – and to keep shining those lights into dark places. Erin McKenzie dives into the local news media feed and finds plenty of experiments, but no simple answer to the funding conundrum.

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