In PIJF Profiles, we talk to some of the journalists NZ On Air has supported into media roles through the PIJF – and get a snapshot of the work they do and what they love about their job.
26 Jul 2023
Despite making up a sizeable portion of the population, rangatahi are an underrepresented group in news media in Aotearoa.
19 Jul 2023
Nearly 30 years ago, a free, weekly community newspaper was launched, covering local news and events throughout the Thames Valley region.
02 Jul 2023
We've got a great new feature section showcasing the huge range of screen and radio content, songs and games funded for tamariki
14 Mar 2023
Te Ia Ka Oho is a cadetship programme in te reo Māori journalism - based in Taranaki and funded by the PIJF
31 Oct 2022
In PIJF Profiles, we chat to some of the journalists NZ On Air has supported into media roles and get a snapshot of the work they do.
06 Oct 2022
We take a closer look at the LDR programme, the journalist network reporting local government issues across the motu.
21 Sep 2022
03 Aug 2022
Six months ago, Te Kakenga (TK) Kawiti-Bishara was a subscription agent working for Stuff in Palmerston North and dreaming of a career in journalism.
26 May 2022
The Waiata Reo Māori music showcase kicked off last week celebrating some of Aotearoa’s top waiata reo Māori songwriters and performers.
22 Mar 2022
Archived information on our response to Covid-19
07 Dec 2021
Meet the team behind the local content funding decisions. Here we meet the staff working at NZ On Air to ensure the best local content gets made.
12 Jul 2017
Find out about the wide range of diverse digital projects we've supported for many different audiences.
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