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NZ Live x10 Presentation
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NZ Live x10 Presentation
NZ Live x10 Presentation
NZ Live x10 Presentation
NZ Live x10 Presentation
NZ Live x10 Presentation
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NZ Live x10 Presentation

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NZ Live, New Zealand x10 Presentation submission for 2008 Culturemondo Roundtable in Taipei.

NZ Live, New Zealand x10 Presentation submission for 2008 Culturemondo Roundtable in Taipei.

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  • NZLIve is New Zealand’s cultural website. At the heart of NZLive is events guide. We have average of 1800 to 2000 events available at any time. We’ve got about 540 organisations profiled on the site and a lot of them are entering their own events with on average between 25 and 30% are entered by organisations. The rest are entered by our three very busy content officers. The rest of the team is made up of the Manager – responsible for marketing, comms, strategic direction, technical development and a Web Coordinator and Editor, who oversees the content and manages the day to day technical side of things.
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    • 1. I manage NZLive.com … ..and the fiesty NZLive team!
    • 2. We’re about making connections
              • Connecting New Zealanders with their culture
              • Connecting cultural producers with audiences and consumers
              • Connecting New Zealand culture with the world
    • 3.  
    • 4. Context: Aotearoa • New Zealand’s diverse culture and communities
    • 5. Context: NZ’s cultural sector
    • 6. Context: we’re part of government
    • 7. Challenges: influencing the sector to:
      • » contribute events
      • » understand the value that we bring
      • » understand how to use the web
      • effectively as a marketing tool
    • 8. Challenges: getting more users to NZLive, more often, and for longer
    • 9. Challenges: where to next?
    • 10.
      • site: www.nzlive.com blog: www.nzlive.com/blog/ survey: tinyurl.com/5c7fso contact : [email_address]
      And thanks flickr Creative Commons… http://www.flickr.com/photos/vasta/167104294 http://www.flickr.com/photos/iheartlinen/2840173687 http://www.flickr.com/photos/kaylacasey/2340988188 http://www.flickr.com/photos/superciliousness/58447854

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