New Zealand and Canada are together establishing a million dollar fund to encourage the co-production of innovative digital media projects for online audiences.
New research commissioned by NZ On Air confirms the majority of New Zealanders are still consuming traditional broadcast media - linear television and live radio - every day. However music audiences and the young are leading the charge to digital platforms.
NZ On Air and Te Māngai Pāho have selected five innovative Māori webseries to be supported from a new joint $500,000 fund.
Fresh support from NZ On Air's Digital Media Fund will bring six innovative projects to online audiences.
NZ On Air is proud to have supported the brand new online project thecoconet.tv.
Five boundary-pushing digital media projects that between them will make history and street art accessible, develop young story-tellers, and entertain children, have been selected for funding from NZ On Air's Ignite Digital Media Fund.
We are pleased to announce funding to continue support of three popular and innovative websites. All three are key elements of the funding agency's digital strategy.
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