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Media7 - Series Seven, Episode 13 Television (Full Length Episode) – 2011 News/Current Affairs

Media7 - Series Seven, Episode 13

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2011 News/Current Affairs

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This 2011 episode of the Russell Brown-fronted media commentary show examines how Christchurch is dealing with the aftermath of two devastating earthquakes. First up: the CEISMIC Digital Archive is working to preserve the memories and experiences of Cantabrians, and The Press editor Andrew Holden explains why his newspaper is donating everything it has published to the project. Then CERA CEO Roger Sutton talks about the key role of media relations, and filmmaker Gerard Smyth describes shooting his acclaimed chronicle of the quakes: When a City Falls.

A lot of the media training I did was actually telling you how not to answer questions, how if they asked you a question they didn’t like, just answer another question and stick to answering that question. So I try not doing that.
– Roger Sutton, Chief Executive CERA