NZ On Air’s third Diversity Report shows a reasonable mix of diversity in funded content creators in some roles, but some areas are lacking representation of women and Asian people.
There’s a world of contrast within the documentary projects to win NZ On Air support in the final funding round of the year.
NZ women will again lead the way, driving 11 television and online projects made about and by women to mark 125 years since New Zealand women won the right to vote.
NZ On Air has announced the appointment of Amie Mills as the public media agency’s new Head of Funding.
NZ On Air and the Canada Media Fund (CMF) have announced a financing incentive of CAD $515,000 for two digital media coproduction projects under the Canada-New Zealand Digital Media Fund.
New Zealanders will have more diverse stories reflecting our own identity and interests, and more places to find them, with a raft of new factual content supported by NZ On Air.
Deliciously twisted black comedy, a psychological thriller, murder mysteries, and a story starring a transgender lead are all in the pipeline for New Zealand television and online audiences.
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