Television News


Digital · Media Releases · Radio · Television · 12th December 2017

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.


Digital · Media Releases · Television · 11th December 2017

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.


Digital · Media Releases · Music · Radio · Television · 5th December 2017

A total revamp of the funding model was a major achievement for NZ On Air in 2016/17 as reported in the NZ On Air Annual Report, just tabled in Parliament.


Digital · Media Releases · Television · 1st December 2017

NZ On Air congratulates the winners of tonight’s NZ TV Awards for helping to keep quality local content on screens.


Digital · Media Releases · Television · 22nd November 2017

NZ On Air has today announced funding for a new multi-platform daily children’s TV show, Fanimals, which centres around kids and their pets.


Media Releases · Television · 8th November 2017

NZ On Air congratulates the winners of tonight’s NZ Television Craft Awards for the top quality behind-the-scenes work that has created two masterful pieces of television.


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 · 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.


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