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RADIO & TV - Tuesday 11 August, 2009

POLICE CRACKING DOWN ON IPOD USERS

SKY News Australia (National Australia)
First Edition - Early - 11/08/2009 - 06:19 AM
Compere
Station Ph: 02 9886 8000

Police are cracking down on iPod users after a surge of deaths of people hit by cars while listening to the personal music devices, with fines to be handed out and even jail time if accidents are caused.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander; vox pops
Duration:
1:38
Summary ID: S00035713386

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NBN Central Coast (Gosford)
NBN News - 10/08/2009 - 06:27 PM
Newsreader
Station Ph: 02 4367 5211

Crossing the road while listening to an MP3 player could land pedestrians with a fine or put them in jail, in a tough new crackdown by NSW Police who claim there has been an alarming rise in accidents caused by distracted pedestrians.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander; Vox Pop, Pedestrians
Duration:
1:39
Summary ID: S00035711848

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NBN Coffs Harbour (Coffs Harbour)
NBN News - 10/08/2009 - 06:27 PM
Newsreader
Program Ph: 02 6551 3349

Crossing the road while listening to an MP3 player could land pedestrians with a fine or put them in jail, in a tough new crackdown by NSW Police who claim there has been an alarming rise in accidents caused by distracted pedestrians.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander; Vox Pop, Pedestrians
Duration:
1:40
Summary ID: S00035711660


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NBN Lismore (Lismore)
NBN News - 10/08/2009 - 06:27 PM
Newsreader
Program Ph: 02 6625 2499

Crossing the road while listening to an MP3 player could land pedestrians with a fine or put them in jail, in a tough new crackdown by NSW Police who claim there has been an alarming rise in accidents caused by distracted pedestrians.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander; Vox Pop, Pedestrians
Duration:
1:40
Summary ID: S00035710693

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Male 16+

13130

Female 16+

19786

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32916

ABs

963

GBs

20882

 

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NBN Newcastle Hunter (Newcastle)
NBN News - 10/08/2009 - 06:27 PM
Newsreader
Chief of Staff Mr Andrew Lobb 02 4929 2126

Crossing the road while listening to an MP3 player could land pedestrians with a fine or put them in jail, in a tough new crackdown by NSW Police who claim there has been an alarming rise in accidents caused by distracted pedestrians.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander; Vox Pop, Pedestrians
Duration:
1:39
Summary ID: S00035711200

Demographics

Male 16+

33301

Female 16+

40425

All People

73726

ABs

4861

GBs

41815

 

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NBN Gold Coast (Gold Coast)
NBN News Gold Coast - 10/08/2009 - 06:27 PM
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A crack down by NSW Police will see fines imposed on those crossing the road while listening to a music player. Police claim there has been an alarming rise in accidents caused by distracted pedestrians wandering into traffic. Police are also warning that distracted pedestrians who cause traffic accidents could even receive jail sentences. Traffic safety groups say that manufacturers are partly responsible.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander
Duration:
1:42
Summary ID: S00035710875

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NBN Tamworth (Tamworth)
NBN News - 10/08/2009 - 06:27 PM
Natasha Beyersdorf and Ray Dinneen
Station Ph: 02 6762 1990

Crossing the road while listening to an MP3 player could land pedestrians with a fine or put them in jail, in a tough new crackdown by NSW Police who claim there has been an alarming rise in accidents caused by distracted pedestrians.
© Media Monitors 2009

Interviewees: Harold Scruby
, Pedestrian Council of Australia; John Hartley, NSW Traffic Services Commander; Vox Pop, Pedestrians
Duration:
1:39
Summary ID: S00035711589