Magazine debate now ripe for the viewing

  • Media
  • December 15, 2009
  • StopPress Team
Magazine debate now ripe for the viewing


Fun was had by all at the Magazine Publishers Association inaugural Christmas debate last week, with the pro-paper proponents claiming a famous victory over their digital counterparts.

Of course, not everyone was able to see these great orators in the flesh (or see the flesh of the assistant helping one of the great orators). But, thankfully, the Magazine Publishers Association, the Interactive Advertising Bureau and Silverline Media caught all the 'Magazines are DEAD' debate action on film, so you can go back and relive the memories, marvel at the erudite analysis of the speakers, chortle at their snide asides and possibly even fast-forward to the bit involving body paint.

Check out the whole shebang here. And remember to vote in the 'Are magazines Dead?' poll.

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Simply the best: The prestigious Purple Pin winners of the 2018 Best Awards

  • Awards
  • September 25, 2018
  • Elly Strang
Simply the best: The prestigious Purple Pin winners of the 2018 Best Awards

From a calming, machine-learning led interactive experience at Starship Children’s Hospital, to the story of a goat that acts as anti-bullying initiative and teaches children the effect their actions can have, the best in New Zealand design was crowned at the 2018 Best Awards on the weekend – and a discussion about gender equality in design has been brought to the industry's attention. Here are the supreme winners, and a statement from the Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ) CEO Cathy Veninga on the protests that took place.

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