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February 28th, 2009

BSTV - Bergen Student TV

BSTV cover all news related to students in Bergen. Their weekly broadcast is shown on BTV (Bergen TV), a local TV channel, 3 times during the weekend of week 9 at prime time. The weekly BSTV show was sent February 28. and March 1. to BTV's 30.000 viewers.

The interview lasted 20 minutes, but had to be edited since they only had 1:30 at disposal. Final version landed at 1:50, but still too short to get deeper into the more interesting aspects.

Such heavy editing create the problems of phrases being taken out of context, and this time was certainly no exception - considering it was my first ever television interview.
The first sentence is shown out of context. I'm no stranger to big numbers, and have been working with that since I bought my house in 2005. In 2007 did I get a double-digit valuation of the house by my two brokers from Privatmegleren, which I still have with two signatures if anyone care to see it. For instance, a price reduction of one million NOK for me is just a phone call away for me, talking to my broker - so it is safe to say that I don't have a very grounded relationship with big numbers.
This was of course cut out from the interview, and not included in the final edit - that already was under an extremely short time frame.

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