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Year Book : Year Book 2010
IFRA (Now WAN-IFRA) IFRA head o ce Washingtonplatz 1, 64287 Darmstadt, Germany P: (49) 6151 733 6 F: (49) 6151 733 800 E: email@example.com W: www.ifra.com SENIOR EXECUTIVE President of WAN: Mr Gavin O'Reilly CEO: Christoph Riess Director General of Global A airs: Timothy Balding SERVICES IFRA is the global research and service organisation for the news publishing industry. In order to prepare for future developments, IFRA facilitates diverse contacts between publishing houses and technology/service providers. The association's wide range of products and services o ers advanced industry information, practical insights and networking opportunities. PANPA membership includes access to IFRA bene ts. INTERNATIONAL NEWSMEDIA MARKETING ASSOCIATION (INMA) 10300 North Central Expressway Suite 467, Dallas Texas 75231, USA P: (1 214) 373 9111 F: (1 214) 373 9112 W: www. inma.org/contact.cfm W: www.inma.org SENIOR EXECUTIVE Executive Director: Earl J Wilkinson SERVICES INMA is a non-pro t member organisation dedicated to recognising and extending the marketing activities of newspapers worldwide and serving as the industry's premier marketing ideas association. NEW ZEALAND PRESS COUNCIL PO Box 10 879, The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand P: (64 4) 473 5220 F: (64 4) 471 1785 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.presscouncil.org.nz SENIOR EXECUTIVE Chairman: Hon Barry Paterson QC Secretary: Mary Major SERVICES The New Zealand Press Council was established in 1972 by newspaper publishers and journalists to provide the public with an independent forum for resolution of complaints against the press. Complaint resolution is its core work, but promotion of freedom of the press and maintenance of the press, in accordance with the highest professional standards, rank equally with that rst objective. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING BUREAU OF NEW ZEALAND 8 College Hill, Ponsonby PO Box 2941 Auckland, New Zealand P: (64 9) 361 2710 F: (64 9) 361 2716 W: www.nabs.co.nz SENIOR EXECUTIVE General Manager: Robert Munro SERVICES The Newspaper Advertising Bureau is the national sales and marketing channel of the daily newspaper industry in New Zealand. It acts as an independent facilitator between advertising agencies, direct advertisers and member newspapers. The Newspaper Advertising Bureau embraces the vision of enabling all advertisers to access, understand and e ectively use the newspaper medium. NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (NAA) 1921 Gallows Road, Suite 600 Vienna, VA. 22182-3900 USA P: (1 703) 902 1600 F: (1 703) 902 1773 E: email@example.com W: www.naa.org SERVICES NAA is a non-pro t organisation representing the newspaper industry. The association focuses on six key strategic priorities that collectively a ect the newspaper industry: marketing, public policy, diversity, industry development, newspaper operations and readership. THE NEWSPAPER SOCIETY Bloomsbury House 74-77 Great Russell Street London WC1B3DA, UK P: (44 20) 7636 7014 F: (44 20) 7631 5119 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.newspapersoc.org.uk SENIOR EXECUTIVE Director: David Newell SERVICES The Newspaper Society is the voice of Britain's regional press. It represents and promotes the interests of more than 1300 regional and local, daily and weekly, paid-for and free titles. THE NEWSPAPER WORKS Level 3, 69-71 Edward St Pyrmont NSW 2009 P: (02) 9692 6300 F: (02) 9692 6399 E: admin@ thenewspaperworks.com.au W: www. thenewspaperworks.com.au SENIOR EXECUTIVE Chief Executive: Mr Tony Hale THE BOARD Chairman: Mr Brendan Hopkins, APN News & Media. Directors: John Hartigan, Chairman and CEO of News Ltd. Mr Brian McCarthy, CEO, Fairfax Media; Mr Chris Wharton, West Australian Newspapers SERVICES To promote newspapers as a powerful and in uential medium for advertisers. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND Newspaper Publishers' Association of New Zealand Inc (NPA) PO Box 1066 Wellington, New Zealand P: (64 4) 472 6223 F: (64 4) 471 0987 W: www.newspapers.co.nz SENIOR EXECUTIVE Chief Executive: Tim Pankhurst SERVICES The trade association of the New Zealand newspaper industry. All paid daily and Sunday newspapers in New Zealand are members of the association. NEW ZEALAND PRESS ASSOCIATION (NZPA) PO Box 1599 Wellington, New Zealand P: (64 4) 472 7910 F: (64 4) 471 0987 W: www.nzpa.co.nz E: email@example.com SENIOR EXECUTIVE Editor: Nick Brown SERVICES New Zealand's national news agency. Provider of news, images and information to newspapers, digital media and government and corporate clients, both local and overseas. PACIFIC ISLANDS NEWS ASSOCIATION (PINA) Level 2, Damodar Centre 46 Gordon Street Suva Fiji Islands P: (67 9) 330 3623 F: (67 9) 331 5379 W: www.pinanius.com E: firstname.lastname@example.org SENIOR EXECUTIVE PINA President: Joseph Ealedona INDUSTRY GROUPS DIRECTORY 112 PANPA 2010 Year Book
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