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August 2000
AdMedia;Aug2000, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p60
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Comments on the launch of 'Day or Night,' Scope Publishing's weekly listings magazine, in June 2000 in New Zealand. Offering of nationwide entertainment events listing; Number of weekly program listings circulating in the country; Reaction of 'TV Guide' assistant editor Alan Marsden.


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