This weekend, Radio New Zealand’s Kim Hill caught up with Vincent Heeringa – Director of Tangible Media Ltd, co-founder of Idealog, director of AUT Media, and a member of the advisory board of the Science Media Centre.
Kim spoke with Vincent on a section of her show called Playing Favourites, in which she quizzes public personalities on their favourite music tracks while also finding out a bit more about their background and current projects.
You can listen to the full interview here.
Amid the musings on progressive rock and magazine publishing, Vincent and Kim also discussed the importance of the Science Media Centre (this part of the interview begins at 32.30).
From the Radio New Zealand website.
“Vincent Heeringa is a director of Tangible Media Ltd, and one of New Zealand’s leading business commentators. He is a co-founder of Idealog, the country’s biggest circulation business magazine, and has won numerous awards including being twice named Editor of the Year by the Magazine Publishers’ Association. As well as Idealog, Tangible Media publishes Inspire (New Zealand’s largest travel magazine) and Good, the country’s first carbon neutral magazine. Vincent is a director of AUT Media, the publishing arm of AUT University, and was recently appointed to the advisory board of the Science Media Centre.”