Choice open for $1 million funding students, Charities

Choice open for $1 million funding students, Charities

Supplied Content Auckland, October 21, 2019 Thousands of school students in Auckland are among those set to benefit from grants which will see $1 million allocated to community organisations which help a range of health; cultural, environment, education and other causes. Online voting An online platform has been opened which allows Kiwis to vote for the charities and groups they…

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Researchers says smartphones promote patriarchs

Researchers says smartphones promote patriarchs

Supplied Content Auckland, October 21, 2019 Smartphones and other mobile devices amplify the patriarchal values that are part of our culture, according to new research by a Massey University expert in organisational communication and gender. Senior Lecturer Dr Debalina Dutta said that while we might all understand the freedoms mobile devices bring to our lives, it would be a mistake to…

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Media platform burns as global giants cut throats

Media platform burns as global giants cut throats

Paul Thompson Wellington, October 21, 2019 The commercial media world is an increasingly tough business, in case you haven’t noticed. Audiences have fragmented, consumer and advertiser choice is expanding and revenues caving. Business models are either failing or developing a serious case of the wobbles. There are no fixes, yet, and it is getting crowded on the burning platform. It…

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