Research

Insights, new thinking and industry data


NZ on Air
NZ on Air · 28th March 2016

We conduct regular stakeholder audits to ensure we understand our industry partners and their needs.


Television
NZ on Air · 24th November 2015

A study commissioned by NZ On Air and NZ Film Commission on behalf of Screen NZ to look at what skills shortage exist in drama production in NZ and how these can be addressed. The study was carried out by Tim Thorpe Consulting.


Music · Infographics · NZ on Air
NZ on Air · 9th October 2015

This report looks at the performance of Making Tracks funded songs since Making Tracks began in 2011. It also provides some analysis of the artists we have funded and the impact their songs have had on airplay charts.


Digital · Music · Radio · Television
External · 30th July 2015

Nielsen’s report on the ‘Changing NZ Consumer’ provides insight into the nation’s shifting population and preferences. We’re becoming older and more multicultural with a growing taste for new things. Click through for a summary of points and a highlights video.


NZ on Air
NZ on Air · 1st June 2015

This survey of the general public looks at public perception, understanding, and support for NZ On Air and its funded programmes and services. It was carried out by Colmar Brunton.


Television
External · 30th May 2015

New research out of the U.S. reveals the widespread use of TV sets to access online content.


Digital
External · 30th April 2015

A 2015 study from the Canada Media Fund based on conversations with participants referred to as ‘digital onlys’.


Television
NZ on Air · 10th April 2015

Local content on television increased 3% last year and the percentage of first run local content held steady.


Television
External · 10th April 2015

The latest Statistics NZ Screen Industry survey reveals New Zealand screen industry revenue was up $7 million from 2013 to a total of $3.155 billion in 2014.


Digital · Music · Radio · Television · NZ on Air
NZ on Air · 30th March 2015

TV is still the dominant screen in New Zealand children's lives, but tablets and smartphones are now in daily use and Youtube has become one of their main sources of content.