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The Orator Submitted As New Zealand’s Best Foreign Language Film

2011 Sep 29

An Academy approved Selection Committee announced today that New Zealand Film Commission funded Samoan language feature film, The Orator (O Le Tulafale), written and directed by debut feature film1m…

New member for National Pacific Radio Trust board

2011 Sep 29

Broadcasting Minister Jonathan Coleman today announced the appointment of Susana Lei’ataua to the National Pacific Radio Trust (NPRT) board. Ms Lei’ataua, a former Fulbright Senior Scholar1…

Free TV recycling launched

2011 Sep 21

New Zealanders have the opportunity over the next fortnight to responsibly dispose of their old TV for free at The Warehouse as part of the Government's Love New Zealand recycling programme,1Environ…

Platinum funded programmes a ratings hit

2011 Sep 07

NZ On Air’s Platinum Fund continues to support quality television programming that Kiwis love to watch, says Broadcasting Minister Jonathan Coleman. Over two million viewers watched four1loca…

Proposals sought for new TV recycling programme

2011 Sep 07

Environment Minister Nick Smith today announced the first step in a new nationwide programme to encourage the recycling and safe disposal of unwanted televisions. “The falling price of new TVs,1…

Check what you need if you're helping Dad go digital

2011 Aug 30

Those helping dad go digital for Father's Day are being urged to check what's needed before they go shopping. "Many dads love watching TV, so an upgrade to digital can be the perfect present, but1…

New appointment to NZ On Air board

2011 Aug 17

Broadcasting Minister Jonathan Coleman today announced the appointment of Ross McRobie to the board of New Zealand On Air. Mr McRobie was formerly General Manager of the Radio Network in1Christchu…

NZ On Air Announces Platinum Funding

2011 Aug 15

NZ On Air has announced new programmes supported by its Platinum Fund for screening in 2012. The projects are being given the green light just as many of the fruits of last year’s round hit the sc…

More Kiwis get access to Freeview HD for the Rugby World Cup

2011 Aug 09

Free-to-air high definition digital television, also known as Freeview|HD, is now available to an additional 160,000 homes in time for the Rugby World Cup, Broadcasting Minister Jonathan Coleman a…

New flags flying

2011 Aug 08

NEW ONLINE INITIATIVE FOR PACIFIC AUDIENCES On Tuesday 9 August Radio New Zealand International (RNZI) will launch a new online feature called “New Flags Flying”1(www.rnzi.com/newflagsflying) …

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