New research commissioned by NZ On Air shows New Zealanders’ media consumption habits are changing rapidly as the media environment and technology changes. And the most rapid change is with younger audiences.
There’s more diversity than you can shake a stick at, in the latest television funding decisions from NZ On Air.
Science, social issues, health, and history are just some of the brilliant array of topics covered in new and returning documentary and factual programmes for a variety of television and online platforms.
A report just released by NZ On Air shows gender and ethnicity gaps in some key roles in the television and digital media production sectors.
There’s plenty to stimulate brain cells and discussion in the new line up of documentary and factual programmes funded by NZ On Air in the last round of the financial year.
Audiences in seven regions across New Zealand will be served a new range of multi-media regional news and information, with funding from NZ On Air.
NZ On Air is seeking ideas to provide a fresh way to connect New Zealand children with New Zealand audiovisual content online.
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