Research tagged with “Radio”


Digital · Music · Radio · NZ on Air · Television
NZ on Air · 31st July 2017

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.


Infographics · Music · Radio · NZ on Air
NZ on Air · 28th October 2016

A look at the outcomes and impacts of the Making Tracks music funding scheme


Radio · NZ on Air
NZ on Air · 2nd August 2016

In 2016 NZ On Air commissioned Colmar Brunton to carry out a qualitative piece of research to understand and explore how Community Access Radio meets the needs of the community.


Digital · Infographics · Music · Radio · Television
NZ on Air · 28th July 2016

New Zealanders’ media consumption habits are changing rapidly as the media environment and technology changes. And the most rapid change is with younger audiences.


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.


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.


Radio · Music · Digital · Television
NZ on Air · 8th July 2014

New Zealanders are staying with traditional broadcast media for their daily media consumption, but music and the young are shifting fast to digital platforms. Results of research carried out By Colmar Brunton for NZ On Air.


Music · Radio
External · 7th April 2014

Radio continues to be the place to go to discover new music according to recently released research by United States based Edison Research.


Digital · Radio · Television
External · 1st June 2012

Researchers look at current broadcast content provided for Pacific audiences in New Zealand, and what is important to the various audiences.