MEDIA PROMOTION AND MARKETING FOR BROADCASTING, CABLE, AND THE INTERNET

| July 2, 2019

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It isn’t easy. The pace at which the industry sheds old technologies for breath-taking new ones is staggering. New consumer applications of entertainment technology are now sweeping the globe quickly, as our industry races to keep up with viewers. We’d like to acknowledge the generosity of the many television and media organizations that have so enthusiastically provided materials for this work.

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SKYCITY Entertainment Group

SKYCITY Entertainment Group is one of Australasia's leading gaming and entertainment businesses. Our vision is to deliver world-class casino entertainment and our mission is to thrill, excite and make everyone feel like a winner. SKYCITY is a diverse and vibrant business with an equally diverse and vibrant team of over 6,000 people who work across our five locations in Adelaide, Auckland, Darwin, Hamilton and Queenstown.

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SKYCITY Entertainment Group

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