Matthew, Kirsten
February 2001
Metro (NZ);Feb2001, Issue 236, p68
Focuses on the unconventional on and off-screen world of Auckland, New Zealand's, community television station Triangle Community Television. First program to sign on to the station; Triangle's democratic approach to small-screen viewing; Details of Triangle's operations; Triangle's management schemes and marketing techniques.


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