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Digital · Media Releases · Television · 2nd October 2017

A wider than ever range of factual content for diverse audiences has been supported in the latest NZ On Air funding decisions.


Digital · Media Releases · Television · 29th September 2017

NZ On Air has invested in a swathe of new local content for primary aged children; most of it will be found on a new online home for children’s content*, a collaboration between NZ On Air and TVNZ.


Digital · Media Releases · 12th September 2017

NZ On Air and the Canada Media Fund (CMF) have announced the renewal of their partnership, now in its fourth year, to encourage the coproduction of digital media content between Canadian and New Zealand creators.


Digital · Television · 24th July 2017

Drama and comedy with strong local flavours have received $15.5 million in support from NZ On Air in the first application round of the new NZ Media Fund.


Digital · Media Releases · Radio · Television · 21st July 2017

Audiences who love documentaries and other factual content can now enjoy compelling New Zealand stories in more places than ever before.


Digital · Media Releases · Music · Radio · Television · 15th June 2017

NZ On Air has today released details of its plans to deliver great New Zealand content to New Zealand audiences over the coming four years in its new Statement of Intent.


Digital · Media Releases · Television · 2nd June 2017

An innovative collaboration between NZ On Air and TVNZ will deliver an engaging locally curated online home for children’s video and interactive content.


Digital · Media Releases · Television · 12th May 2017

Arts, architecture, psychology, kaupapa māori and rural comedy are among new stories for local screen investments from NZ On Air ahead of a radical revamp of the funding model.


Media Releases · Television · 21st April 2017

New Zealanders enjoyed slightly more new local television content last year but less local content in prime time.


Digital · Media Releases · 8th February 2017

Two new co-productions between New Zealand and Canadian producers will create interactive documentaries with historic ties to both countries.


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