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Busy Year for NZ On Air with New Funding Model

2017 Dec 05

A total revamp of the funding model was a major achievement for NZ On Air in 2016/17 as reported in the NZ On Air Annual Report, just tabled in Parliament. Major changes in the media landscape require…

‘Pulse of the Nation’ report exposes digital divide

2017 Dec 05

Communications Minister Clare Curran has released a report outlining the digital divide in New Zealand – a report the previous government sat on for several months.  “In line with our commitment1…

Local Television & Online Content in Good Heart

2017 Dec 01

NZ On Air congratulates the winners of tonight’s NZ TV Awards for helping to keep quality local content on screens. After a few years’ absence, the awards returned with 86 finalists across 251cate…

Step up your Cyber Defence

2017 Nov 27

Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Clare Curran says just doing one thing can help New Zealanders protect themselves from cyber incidents.  This week is Cyber Smart Week, New1Zea…

Address to National Digital Forum

2017 Nov 21

Kia ora koutou, Thank you for the invite to open your conference this morning. I’m inspired by your aim of working together to improve New Zealand’s digital interaction with culture and1heritage. …

Te Puna Ataata The New Zealand Film Heritage Trust Launches

2017 Nov 20

Filmmakers can appoint the charitable trust to act as guardian of their films, ensuring they remain accessible to audiences into the future.  The Trust can be granted ownership of a film’s rights,1…

Government signals Chief Technology Officer a priority appointment

2017 Nov 11

The Government has outlined its priorities across digital technology, media and open government signalling that the establishment of a Chief Technology Officer is at the top of the1list. Deliverin…

A deserved nod for behind-the-scenes heroes of local TV

2017 Nov 08

NZ On Air congratulates the winners of tonight’s NZ Television Craft Awards for the top quality behind-the-scenes work that has created two masterful pieces of television. The Jean Batten biopic,1Je…

NZFC Announces Annabelle Sheehan as CEO

2017 Oct 12

Kerry Prendergast, New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) Chair, is pleased to announce Annabelle Sheehan as the next Chief Executive of the NZFC. Sheehan replaces Dave Gibson, who will depart the role in…

Memorial Cinema for NZFC

2017 Oct 06

On Tuesday 10 October the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) will officially open the Hayward Cinema. Photo of cinema pioneers Ramai and Rudall Hayward is courtesy of the New Zealand Film Commission.…

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