Strawedband internet explained

  • TVC
  • March 15, 2010
  • Ben Fahy

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Who it's for: Vector (working with Y&R), which is trying to drum up support for fibre optic cabling and get fibre to Auckland doors so users will be able to download illegal moviesat speeds 50 times faster than current levels.

Why we like it: Quirky, comical, a little bit depressing and beautifully filmed. And, importantly, also a very good analogy to explain the current Kiwi broadband situation.

Youtube Video

And this little animation from Kaleidoscope for Teza Iced Tea plays on the awkward little bottles factor. Hopefully no-one thinks the refreshing beverage is made from freshly squeezed birds.

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Radio New Zealand up year-on-year despite summer season drops

  • Radio
  • December 7, 2018
  • Caitlin Salter
Radio New Zealand up year-on-year despite summer season drops

Radio New Zealand has achieved year-on-year growth in the last GfK results for 2018 – despite the numbers dropping considerably from previous results this year. StopPress talked with RNZ head of radio and music David Allan about the year that was, and what’s to come in 2019.

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