Friday, 27 January 2006

Advice for TVNZ News

Chilean TV have something TVNZ might like to borrow: a game show presenter from a show called Night of Games -- insert all-too-obvious comments here.

I guarantee that if this was the view presented every night at 6pm, I for one would be tuning in.

Of course, good, honest news reporting would also be an attraction of a sort...


  1. And if footie teams played naked I might go to some matches.

  2. Viva la revelation!

  3. michael fasher29 Jan 2006, 18:45:00

    beats judy bailey!!!

  4. Now SHE would be worth paying the big bucks to get on the news!

  5. There seems to be a need to keep abreast of the news.

    And I agree with your point about good honest news reporting. That would presumably involve a greater degree of transparency in the media.

    But it would make morning tea at the office very boring:

    "Watch the news last night?"


    (heavy sighs, and thoughtful silence)

    "Yeah. It was good, wasn't it?"



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