TDB July Contributions drive – last days

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Brothers and Sisters, if you think The Daily Blog is an important voice in the NZ media landscape, then we need your contribution.

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Brothers and Sisters, if you think The Daily Blog is an important voice in the NZ media landscape, then we need your contribution.

Putting together a 5 night a week 7pm current affairs show and co-ordinating 40 of the best left wing progressive voices each month don’t come cheap. The Daily Blog is the largest left wing blog in NZ and you know how dire the mainstream media has become so these few platforms left to fight back at the Government and corporate power are more essential than ever before.

If you are in a position to contribute financially, this week is our last days of the July donations drive – please do so here. If you want to help us but can’t do so financially, please retweet and share all our work on social media.

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In solidarity.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Danyl Strype says:

    Onya Bomber and the rest of the TDB crew. Don’t always get to watch Wātea but the shows I’ve seen have, with only a couple of exceptions, been excellent. I’d love to see your entire project funded by subscriptions instead of advertising.

    Can I suggest an ambitious crowdfunding campaign, to raise your entire yearly expenses? One with finite goals and stretch goals that explain what you can do with a given amount of money? This has worked for both Scoop, here in Aotearoa, and Positive.News in the UK, so I can’t see why people wouldn’t get behind TDB in a campaign on PledgeMe or GiveaLittle.

    That way you could turn off all the corporate analytics software (install Privacy Badger into your web browser readers and see what I mean) that reports data on your readers to your advertisers so they can figure out how to sell you things. Remember folks, if you’re not the customer, you’re the product.

  2. Andy says:

    Loving Waatea very much. I watch it on youtube. Keep up the excellent work.



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