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Year Book : Year Book 2011
138 PANPA 2011 Year Book PANPA 2011 DIRECTORY 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 SERVICES To promote newspapers as a powerful and in uential medium for advertisers. PUBLISHERS ADVERTISING ADVISORY BUREAU Suite 2.1, 741 Paci c Hwy, Gordon NSW 2072 P:+61294993412 E: advisory@ publishersbureau.com.au W: www. publishersbureau.com.au SENIOR EXECUTIVE Executive Director: Lianne Richards SERVICES Objectives: To promote, protect and further the interests of its publisher members; to encourage high standards of advertising and to provide an advisory service and reference point for its members on industry and advertising matters. 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 SERVICES PINA is the main professional association of the Paci c Islands news media, linking newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations, news services, journalism schools, and national associations of news media practitioners in 22 Paci c Islands countries and territories. PUBLISHERS NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT BUREAU PNEB GPO Box 5359 Sydney, NSW 2001Australia P: (61 2) 9262 1164 F: (61 2) 9262 6767 E: email@example.com W: www.pneb.com.au SENIOR EXECUTIVE Executive Director: Lillias Bovell SERVICES The PNEB represents the environmental concerns of Austral- ia's major newspaper and magazine publishers, especially in relation to newsprint recycling and waste minimisation. Since the bureau began in 1990 it has contributed to the improvement of newspaper recycling in Australia from 28 per cent (1990) to over 75% (currently), the highest in the world. SINGLE WIDTH USERS GROUP INC. SWUG AUSTRALIA PO Box 158 Kurmond, NSW 2757 Australia P: (61 2) 4570 4826 F: (61 2) 4570 4470 E: firstname.lastname@example.org EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT President: Bob Lockley Treasurer/Secretary: Anita White SERVICES The objective of SWUG Inc. is to facilitate communication and the dissemination of information, knowledge and technology among users of single width newspaper presses. This is achieved through a weekend conference held annually in co-operation with a single width host site. The rst was held in 1985. SINGLE WIDTH USERS GROUP (SWUG NZ) PO Box 3086 Hamilton, New Zealand P: (64 7) 849 9541 F: (64 7) 849 9571 E: Bob.Anderson@ waikatotimes.co.nz EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT Chairman: Dan Blackbourn Committee Members: John Green, Ray Clarkson, Laura Tither, Ian Gibson, Sue Archibald, Bob Ander- son SERVICES SWUG New Zealand endeavours to promote interchange of informa- tion among its members. They as- semble at a di erent host site each year, to discuss, analyse and debate relevant issues and developments with suppliers and manufacturers speci c to the newspaper and com- mercial web o set printing industry. WORLD ASSOCIATION OF NEWSPAPERS AND NEWS PUBLISHERS (WAN-IFRA) HEAD OFFICES GERMANY Washingtonplatz 1, 64287 Darmstadt, Germany F: (49) 6151 733 800 E: email@example.com W: www.wan-ifra.org P: (49) 6151 733 6 FRANCE 7 rue Geo roy Saint Hilaire 75005 Paris France P: (33 1) 4742 8500 F: (33 1) 4742 4948 EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT President of WAN-IFRA: Mr Gavin O'Reilly CEO: Christoph Riess Executive Director of Communica- tions and Public A airs: Larry Kilman E: firstname.lastname@example.org SERVICES WAN-IFRA, based in Paris, France, and Darmstadt, Germany, with subsidiaries in Singapore, India, Spain, France and Sweden, is the global organisation of the world's newspapers and news publishers. It represents more than 18,000 publications, 15,000 online sites and over 3,000 companies in more than 120 countries. The organisation was created by the merger of the World Association of Newspapers and IFRA, the research and service organisation for the news publish- ing industry. WAN-IFRA is a trade association with a human rights mandate: it carries out press freedom and media development work as well as the traditional trade association activi- ties of research, training and events and consulting on all aspects of the newspaper and news publishing business. Publishers' Advertising Advisory Bureau AUSTRALIA ASSOCIATIONS
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