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Aotearoa’s lockdown anthem at 1.7 million views and counting

2020 Apr 22

A week after its launch, catchy pop waiata Stay - Tūtahi has amassed more than 1.7 million views, with its message for Aotearoa to “stay home, save lives.”  Produced by Loop and written by A…

#StandAt Dawn ANZAC Commemorative Service

2020 Apr 21

ANZAC Day is one of New Zealand’s most important national events. This year, for the first time, services across New Zealand have been cancelled but Kiwis can still pay their respects at dawn from…

Fresh opportunities and stories in latest funding for local production sector

2020 Apr 21

NZ On Air is fast-tracking into production a diverse range of new content from fresh creative teams in the latest funding round, ensuring there’s a pipeline of work for the production sector1post-…

NZ Music Month 2020 Encourages Kiwis To Support Aotearoa’s Music Industry

2020 Apr 20

NZ Music Month kicks off on Friday, May 1st and the theme for this year is simple: Support local. Stream local. Follow local. Buy local. This May marks the twentieth NZ Music Month, and while a bi…

Enduring Anzac spirit lives on through virtual commemorations

2020 Apr 17

The New Zealand Defence Force and the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services Association (RNZRSA) is encouraging everyone to take part in a unique Dawn Service this Anzac Day – standing together1…

Keeping Up With The Times: New Safeguards For Free-to-air Television

2020 Apr 17

Changes to timebands and classifications are coming to free-to-air (FTA) television on 1 May 2020. A new campaign is launching today to tell viewers, especially parents and caregivers, what they n…

Creative New Zealand calls on Aotearoa – share your thanks for ngā toi (the arts)

2020 Apr 17

Creative New Zealand today, 17 April, launched a national advocacy campaign to highlight and celebrate that right now, in bubbles nationwide, the arts are making COVID-19 lockdown a better place to …

NZSO online performances continue until live concerts resume

2020 Apr 15

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra continues to expand its popular livestream performances and on-demand digital content while it cannot perform live concerts during the COVID-19 restrictions. Ton…

Creative New Zealand opens first phase funding for COVID-19-impacted arts sector

2020 Apr 14

Today, Tuesday 14 April, Creative New Zealand has opened its first phase Emergency Response Package, a $16 million investment to be distributed to the arts sector through to 30 June 2020 (the end of…

$700,000 Funding Boost For Creatives In Lockdown Brings Fresh Content To NZ Audiences

2020 Apr 14

Nine creative teams have been given the green light to create fresh new content to entertain New Zealand audiences, at a time when the local production sector has come to a grinding halt. On 1 Apr…

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