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Captioning to be extended to Prime Television

2015 Nov 17

Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams says the extension of captioning to Prime Television will ensure more content availability for deaf and hard of hearing people. From early next year, service providers1…

Non-Commercial Community Radio Frequency

2015 Nov 03

The Ministry for Culture and Heritage is calling for expressions of interest in an FM radio frequency -106.1 FM at Mount Kaukau, Wellington. Interested parties may apply by email or post using the app…

Platinum Fund support for another extraordinary NZ story

2015 Nov 02

NZ On Air has given the greenlight to another quality local drama project for TV One’s Sunday Theatre. Supported through the Platinum Fund is a telefeature Catching The Black Widow. It will tell the…

Film and television co-production agreement signed with Poland

2015 Oct 23

A new agreement will encourage collaboration between the New Zealand and Polish screen industries, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry says. “The Poland-New Zealand Film Co-Production1A…

Million Dollar Box Office for Born to Dance

2015 Oct 16

Now in its fourth week of release, Tammy Davis’ feature film Born to Dance has taken one million dollars at the New Zealand box office and remains in the top ten chart of films currently in1theatric…

Time running out to have your say on 21st century media content regulation

2015 Oct 13

Time is running out to put forward submissions on media content regulation in the discussion document Content Regulation in a Converged World released by Broadcasting and Communications Minister Amy1A…

New Zealand Film Commission Announces Recipients of Boost Fund

2015 Oct 11

Announced today at the Big Screen Symposium, New Zealand’s annual film industry conference, are the recipients of the New Zealand Film Commission’s (NZFC) one-off business development scheme,1Boos…

Terms of reference for Creative Sector Study released

2015 Oct 07

A study by the Government will look at how creative industries are using copyright and designs rules in a changing technological environment, Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Paul Goldsmith1s…

New animated TV series and returning favourites for young viewers

2015 Oct 06

A new animated pre-school series encouraging kids to explore simple science ideas is the first co-production funded by NZ On Air that is hoping to access the revamped NZ Screen Production Grant1scheme…

Digital projects expand range of local content

2015 Oct 05

Four innovative new digital projects have been selected from a very competitive field of applicants, along with three flourishing previously funded online projects for varied audiences. Two of the1pro…

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