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Deputy GS Hustings Tonight! 29 May 2008

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Hustings For Deputy General Secretary Candidates.

Thursday 29 May

7.00pm

Guardian Lecture Theatre, 60 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3GA

Come along tonight and meet and question the candidates for the NUJ Deputy General Secretary position – all NUJ members welcome.

Scroll down to previous postings for more info about the election or visit the main nuj website at nuj.org.uk – see you all tonight

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1. Tony Gosling - 3 June 2008

AUDIO of the hustings – have a listen here before you vote….

If you haven’t sent your postal ballot off yet for Deputy General
Secretary here is a one-and-a-half hour long recording of last Thursday’s hustings.

Apologies for missed credits and the quietness of parts of the recording. Because of some loud applause (yes, you heard right) it was difficult to amplify. Just turn your computer speakers up if necessary.

LINKS TO AUDIO FILES

It’s available in a 90Mb FM higher quality stereo mp3 here
http://drop.io/NUJhustings
The password is “nuj”

Or a Medium Wave style – low quality 12mB file here
http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=27761
[audio src="http://www.radio4all.net/pub/files/tony@tlio.org.uk/2149-1-20080602-DGShustingslowres.mp3" /]
backup http://www.bilderberg-mirror.org.uk/DGSlowres.mp3

Chris Wheal’s copyright.
http://www.whealassociates.com/

Hope it all works for you… let me know if not 😉

Tony Gosling
Bristol branch
New Media Industrial Council
http://www.bristolnuj.org/
http://www.public-interest.co.uk/


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