A note from the CE
We are racing towards the finish line of another incredibly busy year, and as we pause to draw breath I want to reflect on the many successes 2022 has seen.
Let’s start with the most recent – funded productions picked up 29 awards at the recent NZTV awards across an amazing array of genres and formats including The Panthers, Raised By Refugees, Newsroom Investigates, Stuff Circuit, Match Fit 2, Down For Love and Birds Eye View not to mention Rūrangi winning an International Emmy and Kiri and Lou nominated for a BAFTA. Aside from awards we are deeply proud of all the content that was funded and released this year.
In music we’ve once again seen the 20% local code on commercial radio cracked – meaning more local songs filling the airwaves. The Aotearoa Music Awards saw 10 NZ On Air-funded artists collect awards, some of them in multiple categories.
Our funding teams have been flat out all year processing and assessing more than 2,000 applications across all funding categories. I can honestly say that a huge amount of work goes in behind the scenes both by applicants and by our kaimahi, that we are constantly amazed and impressed by the quality of applications and wish we could fund more.
We’ve also backed initiatives to help build sector capability, such as the current Episode One project with the Pan-Asian Screen Collective , and Niu Waves with Pacific Island Screen Artists. And we’ve continued to try new approaches to find hard-to-reach audiences, with initiatives such as Every Voice, now in its second year, along with Screen Australia and TikTok.
At the same time as keeping the day-to-day funding machinery going, we’ve been busy working behind-the-scenes to input to various government policy reviews. The biggest of course has been understanding the impact on our mahi of the planned new public media entity (ANZPM), but we are equally focused on the government review into the screen sector. We’ve socialised and published a transitional strategy for next year, and we are beginning to think about the longer-term change required to deliver the best outcomes for audiences, alongside the new entity.
We’ve continued to publish important audience research, to keep the sector up-to-date with audience behaviours and needs, and we’ve been trialling via the Public Interest Journalism Fund a new way of tracking online content performance. This new tool will be rolled out across Scripted and Factual content in the 2023/24 year.
All of this we do in service, to you, our sector. Without the creative magic and aroha you pour into everything you create for audiences Aotearoa would be a poorer place.
Have a peaceful Christmas and New Year break. Our team will be back on deck in January recharged and ready for 2023.
Meri kirihimete me te Hape Nū Ia,
Reminder of final payment and closure dates
A reminder that the NZ On Air offices will be closed from 5pm, Tuesday 20 December 2022 to 8am, Monday 9 January 2023 while we all take a break and find some sun.
Our last payments for 2022 will be made on Thursday 15 December. All paperwork needs to be received by 12am Sunday 11 December. Our first payments for 2023 will be on Thursday 12 January.
2023/24 Funding deadlines
We've just published our 2023/24 deadlines for Scripted, Factual and Platform applications. The new deadlines document is available here.
We recently announced our decision to reduce our number of funding rounds to three per financial year. Please ensure you carefully read each piece of round information as it is shared in 2023/24, as we may change any of the rounds included in the current deadline document depending on funding trends.
We may also issue specific project RFPs during the year: deadlines for these will be specified in the RFP.
If in any doubt, please contact a Funding Advisor.
Annual Report 2021/22
Our Annual Report for the 2021/22 year has just been tabled in Parliament and published on our website. It provides an overview of how NZ On Air performed in the financial year to June 30 2022 against our formal measures, and also a wide range of other information about activity during the year. It's our one real chance each year to showcase your work in one place. You can read it below.
Screen Production Recovery Fund
The Screen Production Recovery Fund (SPRF) is scheduled to end on 31 January 2023. To enable us to complete the processing of applications by this date we need final applications from affected productions by 5pm, Monday 9 January 2023. You can see the eligibility criteria on our website here.
With the closing of SPRF, NZ On Air will be reverting to our usual practice where additional funding is provided to productions in only the most exceptional circumstances with contingency and PCO being the first recourse for any additional costs incurred by productions.
NZ Media Fund update
The final round of the calendar year, our November funding round was focused on projects intended for general audiences.
We received 105 Scripted, Factual and Industry Development (IDF) applications seeking circa $39m. We are pleased to support the funding of 51 Scripted, Factual and IDF applications for up to $12.7m
We also received 59 applications to the Public Interest Journalism Fund seeking over $17m. A panel including independent industry assessors recommended 28 applications for funding.
The full details of all funding decisions are at the end of this newsletter. You can also use the funding decisions search on our website.
Local comedy is getting a boost in 2023, with new and returning series receiving up to $5.8m funding in NZ On Air’s latest Scripted funding round.
Taskmaster will return for a fourth season on TVNZ 2 and TVNZ+, as will volunteer journalist Guy Williams for a fourth series of New Zealand Today on Three and ThreeNow.
Three new comedy series: The Queen, The Club, The Boy, The Girl And Everything In Between for TVNZ+, Broken Backs And Mountains for Prime TV and Only In Aotearoa 3: Wāhine Edition for Whakaata Māori will showcase new local comedic talents to audiences across the motu.
Three feature films have also been supported for up to $700,000.
Read more in our December 2022 Scripted media release.
Stories of inspiration and overcoming the odds, plus observational and investigative projects that tackle complex societal issues are among the $5.4m of successful Factual projects announced by NZ On Air.
This latest round includes three podcast series, which explore topics such as obesity and neurodiversity in Aotearoa, while a number of screen projects provide inspirational and uplifting stories of achievement in the face of adversity.
Audience favourite Patrick Gower will return with two further documentaries in the Patrick Gower: On series, and Queer and Here is back for another season on Whakaata Māori, alongside a second Documentary Anthology series about life in Aotearoa for The Spinoff.
Read more in our December 2022 Factual media release.
Public Interest Journalism
A ground-breaking project aimed at supporting New Zealand’s Asian audiences has received support in the latest round of the Public Interest Journalism Fund (PIJF).
In this second to last round of the PIJF, the RNZ Asian Unit was one of 28 applications funded, from a total pool of nearly $12m.
A second year of the highly successful Te Rito Journalism Cadetship has also been supported, alongside long-running legacy journalism projects like Q+A with Jack Tame, Newshub Nation, The Hui, and Tagata Pasifika and investigative journalism projects by Stuff Circuit and Newsroom Investigates.
Read more in our December 2022 PIJF media release.
Eight teams of emerging creatives have been selected to receive funding through Every Voice 2022, a joint initiative between NZ On Air, Screen Australia and TikTok.
Now in its second year, Every Voice aims to support a new generation of New Zealand and Australian storytellers to develop Scripted or Factual content exclusively for TikTok.
Four teams from New Zealand and four teams from Australia have been selected, with each team receiving funding to cover the development and production costs for their projects.
Read more in our November 2022 Every Voice media release.
This round included our third New Music Project round for 2022/23.
We have supported 12 projects. Project grants are for multi-single release campaigns including subsidy for recording, video content, and promotions and marketing campaigns.
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As a funder of Factual and Scripted content as well as Music, NZ On Air is in the perfect position to understand what more could be done to encourage greater use of local music in screen content. In 2021, a report - NZ On Air and the NZ Sync Licensing Sector - was commissioned by NZ On Air to review sync licensing in Aotearoa and recommend some practical and achievable changes that would help to increase the level of local music used in funded screen content.
We encourage both screen and music creatives and management to read the report here.
We also wanted to outline how we at NZ On Air plan to take the recommendations of that report and put in place next steps that are within our scope to action and will achieve the goal of enabling and encouraging screen content creators to more readily seek, source and license NZ music for use in NZ On Air-funded screen productions.
You can find our response paper here.
As always, we welcome your feedback. You can send this to email@example.com
We've just wrapped up our final Music funding rounds for the last quarter of the calendar year - resulting in 97 approved funding applications across our New Music Project, New Music Single, Music Features, New Music Development and Waiata Takitahi funding streams.
While it's been a hugely successfully year for the local music industry in many ways, the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt, particularly in the live music scene.
As we head into the busy summer period we wish all the best to our artists and live music workers. We hope you and your audiences can get out and enjoy great local music often and safely this summer.
These include Throwbacks, Kiwi Kids, Aotearoa All Day, Te Reo Māori, Fresh Cuts and plenty more. Just search nzonairmusic on Spotify or the playlist name on Apple Music.
2023 Music funding deadlines
We have just published our Music funding deadlines for a range of music funding opportunities in 2023.
The deadlines and application results dates for the first quarter of 2023 are available here. More information and dates will be published next year.
Please note: the New Music Single application period from 2023 onwards will be slightly shorter - applications will need to be submitted within two weeks of the round opening.
RNZ Music 101 Mixtape
Our Head of Music Teresa Patterson recently appeared on RNZ Music 101's Mixtape, sharing some of her favourite Aotearoa songs from back in the day.
Her iconic song choices were:
Screaming MeeMees – Stars in My Eyes
Open Souls – Turn It Up
Strawpeople – Taller Than God
Pluto – Dance Stamina
Sisters Underground – In The Neighbourhood
Trinity Roots – Home, Land and Sea
Teresa also discussed her new role and what goes on behind-the-scenes at NZ On Air Music. You can listen to the interview here.
Meet the team
We continue to profile members of the team here at NZ On Air, so you can meet some of the individuals working hard to ensure that the best local content is produced to connect and reflect Aotearoa audiences.
This time, we profile Kathrin Strati, Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive, about what she does day-to-day, what she loves about her job and what she likes to do when she's not at NZ On Air.
You can view our Meet the Team page here.
Note: Projects intended for the new ANZPM (TVNZ and RNZ platforms) are funded up to end of June 2023.
Broken Backs and Mountains, 6 x 22 mins, Great Southern Television for Prime and Whakaata Māori, up to $1,980,000. A new dark comedy series that explores the “ups, downs, tears and tantrums, joys and losses” of living with a disability.
Only In Aotearoa 3: Wāhine Edition, 6 x 22 mins, Kura Productions for Whakaata Māori, Māori +, and Prime, up to $1,134,000. A new sketch comedy show written 100% by wāhine Māori, Only In Aotearoa 3: Wāhine Edition will feature emerging and established comedians on both sides of the camera.
New Zealand Today 4, 8 x 22 mins, Kevin and Co for Three and ThreeNow, up to $972,997. Aotearoa's favourite volunteer journalist Guy Williams returns to cover more local stories happening in New Zealand Today.
Taskmaster 4, 10 x 44 mins, Kevin and Co for TVNZ 2 and TVNZ +, up to $882,119. Five new comedians will complete an assortment of baffling and bizarre challenges in the fourth series of Taskmaster NZ .
The Queen, The Club, The Boy, The Girl And Everything In Between, 6 x 22 mins, Lucky Legs Media for TVNZ+, up to $629,120. A new Scripted comedy series that follows the journey of a son reconciling his relationship with his father, who just happens to be the most famous drag queen in the country.
Feature Animation Series 2, 2 x 105 mins, Matewa Media for Whakaata Māori and Māori+, up to $500,000. Following the success of Lion King Reo Māori and Frozen Reo Māori, two new Disney films will be reimagined for audiences in Aotearoa, supporting the development of Te Reo Māori language revitalisation, music composition, Māori screen performance, production, and post-production.
New Zealand Comedy Festival Partnership 2023, 5 x 60 mins, Three – Local Production for Three and ThreeNow, up to $265,377. Coverage of five local events in the 2023 New Zealand Comedy Festival.
Untitled Robert Sarkies Project, 1 x 100 mins, POP Film for Three and ThreeNow, up to $200,000. Acclaimed director of Scarfies and Out Of The Blue, Robert Sarkies will helm a new as-yet untitled feature film for Three, ThreeNow and theatrical release.
The Gone (additional), Kōtare Productions for TVNZ 1, up to $250,000
The Bishop (additional), Warner Bros. Int. TV Production NZ for TVNZ 2, up to $658,495
Wheel Blacks: Bodies On The Line, 3 x 45 mins, Sweet Productions for Prime, up to $631,838. A documentary series on the inspirational story of the Wheel Blacks, as they strive for a spot at the 2024 Paris Paralympics.
Family, Faith And Footy, 2 x 44 mins, Great Southern Television for TVNZ 1 and TVNZ+, up to $619,613. A documentary series on the history of Pasifika rugby players in the build-up to the men’s Rugby World Cup 2023 – examining what defines them: family, faith and footy.
Shepherdess, 6 x 22 mins, Overactive Imagination for Prime, up to $506,700. A series celebrating women leading colourful, cultured lives in provincial Aotearoa.
Into The Valley, 4 x 22 mins, Wheke Group for ThreeNow, up to $358,159. A series that aims to unmask the truth behind the 2007 government raids in remote Te Urewera on Tūhoe.
Red Light Boys, 5 x 15 mins, Two Heads for Re:, up to $290,625. A series investigating the day-to-day lives of four sexually-diverse 18–25-year-old cis-male and transgender male sex workers. Interwoven with the perspective of a mature sex worker who began his journey at age 14.
The Turning Point, 6 x 12 mins, Ocular for RNZ, up to $268,431. A new generation of kaitiaki across Aotearoa take on the challenge of protecting our natural environment, paving the way to a more hopeful future.
Marauders, 18 x 10 mins, Transmit for RNZ, up to $251,000. An exclusive untold video diary capturing the 2003 debut European tour for Fat Freddy’s Drop. A compelling and entertaining ‘blast from the past’, coinciding with the tour’s 20th anniversary in 2023.
Heavyweight With Dave Letele, 1 x 44 mins, Heavyweight Media for TVNZ 2, up to $245,942. Dave Letele (Ngāti Maniapoto/Samoa) shares his highly personal story and speaks with academics and others, providing an impactful, multi-faceted perspective on many complex issues.
The Food Crisis, 1 x 45 mins, Red Sky Film & Television for Prime, up to $214,470. Award-winning documentary maker Bryan Bruce investigates why food is becoming so expensive, what we could do about it and what will happen if we do nothing.
Breaking The Ice Ceiling, 4 x 10 mins, Greenstone TV for Stuff, up to $185,318. This project covers Lydia Bradey (ONZM), the first woman to summit Everest without oxygen, mentoring Holly Beckham, a survivor of addiction, on her mission to be the first Māori wahine to scale Everest.
100 Days Free, 4 x 10 mins, 412 Films for NZME, up to $161,300. A mostly observational documentary that follows four prisoners during their first 100 days out of prison, their reunions with friends and family, and their journey as they start to rebuild their lives.
Dear Jane, 5 x 25 mins, The Spinoff for The Spinoff, up to $157,994. A podcast series exploring the topic of sexual grooming through an in-depth retelling of one woman’s story.
Chewing The Fat, 10 x 25 mins, Alexandra Borissenko for NZME, up to $85,980. A podcast series that delves into the 'obesity epidemic' in Aotearoa; its history, social and political forces, misconceptions, science, social and cultural impact, economics - and what’s being done about it.
No Such Thing As Normal, 10 x 30 mins, Team Uniform for NZME, up to $43,600. A podcast series, fronted by Sonia Gray, bringing together Sonia’s personal experiences and interviews with industry experts around the topic of neurodevelopmental conditions.
Patrick Gower: On, 2 x 45 mins, Ruckus Media for Three, up to $490,914. Two more documentaries in the Patrick Gower: On series.
Documentary Anthology 2, Hex Work Productions for The Spinoff, up to $429,961. Each documentary is a standalone film about life in Aotearoa.
Queer And Here 2, 6 x 26 mins, Jack Media for Whakaata Māori, up to $354,697. A fresh and provocative series presented by Aniwa Whaiapu Koloamatangi that takes viewers on a journey of discovery amongst the queer community in NZ and at the World Pride Festival in Sydney.
ANZAC 2023, 100 mins, Screentime NZ Limited for TVNZ 1, up to $138,316. Coverage of the Dawn Service at Pukeahu War Memorial Park, followed by the National Commemorative Service.
The Restaurant The Makes Mistakes (additional), Great Southern Television for TVNZ 1, up to $99,940
Public Interest Journalism
Te Rito 2023, NZME, up to $1,719,407. A second year of funding for the successful collaborative training scheme between NZME, Whakaata Māori, PMN, and Newshub, to provide journalism training and work experience for 12 cadets from Māori, Pacific and diverse backgrounds.
Tagata Pasifika 2023, Sunpix, up to $2,019,190. A 2023 season of the flagship Pasifika current affairs and news programme.
RNZ Asia Unit, RNZ, up to $1,114,672 for one year of a two-year project. A new unit producing news and current affairs content in Mandarin, Hindi and English, for Asian communities of Aotearoa.
Newshub Nation 2023, 42 x 60min, including Budget and election specials, for Discovery NZ, up to $999,781. A weekly political current affairs programme that provides political news, interviews, and analysis.
Q + A with Jack Tame 2023, 40 x 60min plus 1 x 118min special for TVNZ, up to $842,200. TVNZ’s leading political current affairs programme that tackles newsworthy political issues alongside debates and interviews.
The Hui Series 8, Great Southern Television, up to $737,036. An additional season of the award-winning weekly bilingual Māori current affairs programme that confronts difficult subjects, exposes injustice, and celebrates Māori success.
Voice of Tangaroa, Kōwhai Media Ltd, up to $175,145. A follow-up to the successful A Voice for Tangaroa project, the second season is a text, photographic and audio series of in-depth current affairs stories focused on the health and wellbeing of New Zealand’s Ocean environment.
Stuff Circuit, 90 mins video and accompanying text, print and feature articles for Stuff, up to $371,406. An award-winning investigative journalism project that unpacks Aotearoa’s most complicated and risky topics in multimedia formats.
Newsroom Investigates, 6 x 10min videos plus additional podcasts for Newsroom, up to $364,918. A collection of agenda-setting investigations from the experienced and award-winning team at Newsroom.
The Detail, 269 x 26min podcasts plus 223 articles for Newsroom, up to $626,780. A daily podcast designed to explain the stories behind the news headlines, giving listeners content and a deeper understanding of important events.
News 2 Me series 2, TVNZ, up to $515,499. A 5min news bulletin and explainer series tailor-made for tamariki between the ages of 8-14 producing 30 x 5min eps and 30 x 5min podcasts broadcast on TVNZ 2, RNZ and across social media.
Paakiwaha, UMA Broadcasting, up to $457,000. A bilingual radio programme broadcast on Radio Waatea and Waatea News Online. It provides a Māori perspective on news and current events while contributing to the normalisation of te reo Māori.
Critic Video Team, a year-long project of weekly 1min 30sec and monthly 4min video segments for Critic Te Ārohi, up to $27,516. Covering hyper-local news in Dunedin to an underserved student and rangatahi audience.
#OurMoanaOurHome, Tikilounge Productions, 15 x 3min videos and 5 x 12 min talanoa panels alongside social media content for TheCoconet.TV, up to $169,340. A digital video series educating rangatahi on the impacts of climate change on communities across several Pacific countries.
Newshub Te Rito Graduates, Newshub, up to $240,000 for four roles over one year. Four graduates of the PIJF-funded Te Rito journalism training scheme will join the Newshub newsroom to continue their career progression and contribute underrepresented perspectives to the media industry.
PMN Te Rito Graduates, The National Pacific Radio Trust, up to $120,000, for two roles over one year. Two graduates of the PIJF-funded Te Rito journalism training scheme will join the PMN newsroom to boost newsgathering and reporting capacity, and upskilling of Pasifika journalists.
NZME Te Rito Graduates, NZME, up to $240,000 for four roles over one year. Four graduates of the PIJF-funded Te Rito journalism training scheme will join NZME newsrooms to gain further professional experience and increase Māori and Pasifika participation in the industry.
Digital News Producer, Tikilounge Productions, up to $75,000 for one role over one year. An additional year of funding to continue this role, creating engaging and high-quality news content for Pasifika audiences in TheCoconet.TV newsroom.
Social Media Design Specialist, The Pantograph Punch, up to $50,058 for one role over one year (part-time). A continuation of this previously funded part-time role enhancing the discoverability and delivery of arts journalism through innovative digital design.
Sub-editor, The Spinoff, up to $111,000 for one role over one year. A continuation of this PIJF-funded role that provides dedicated fact-checking, vetting and sub-editing across The Spinoff’s news content.
Kaiwhakatiki Hourua (Partnership Editor), Kowhai Media, up to $58,520 for one role (part-time) over one year. An extension of the Partnership Editor role which provides strategic leadership on Māori issues and journalism for NZ Geographic, including recruitment and development of Māori talent and relationships with Māori communities.
Specialist Reporter, Ashburton Guardian, up to $163,840 for one role for two years. Dedicated coverage of two underreported and important topics (the courts and rural issues) for the Ashburton community.
Reporter, Radio Bay of Plenty, up to $185,924 for one role over two years. To increase the station’s newsgathering capacity in areas that currently lack coverage, including Whakatane, central and eastern Bay of Plenty.
Editor – Kaupapa Māori, The Pantograph Punch, up to $64,074 for one role over one year (part-time). Enhancing the quality and discoverability of The Pantograph Punch’s public interest journalism as it relates to Nga Toi Māori and Māori-interest publishing.
Regional Reporter, Valley Media, up to $58,355 for one role over one year (part-time). Provide news coverage of the Hauraki-Thames Valley and the Coromandel Peninsula region for the Coromandel App and the Valley Profile.
Podcast Reporter/Producer, Schistrockmedia, up to $165,246 for one role over two years. Produce and present four weekly news podcasts that cover the Wanaka, Queenstown, Central Otago and Southland regions for The Wanaka App, The Queenstown App, Central App and Southland App.
Social Media Editor, The National Pacific Radio Trust, up to $92,561 for one role over one year. Turn written news pieces into discoverable and engaging video content suitable for sharing across social media platforms.
Journalist, Radio Ngāti Porou, up to $158,093 for one role over two years. Employ a Te Rito graduate to cover newsworthy issues and deliver local news stories to iwi and Ruatoria communities.
Every Voice 2022
Ships In The Night, 15 x 1 min, K-Ci Williams, up to $84,000. A 15-part Scripted BL (Boys' Love) series that follows Manaaki, a 19-year-old Māori boy, and Johnny, a 19-year-old Asian boy, who throw caution to the wind and get to know each other over the course of a single night.
Whakapai, 8 x 1 min, The Pantograph Punch, up to $83,180. Whakapai is a series of short and light-hearted interviews with Takatāpui and QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) artists in Aotearoa, produced by arts and culture journal The Pantograph Punch with Āhua Collective.
P.I (People Of Influence), 15 x 1 min, On The Radar, up to $75,105. This 15-part talk show-like series aims to unpack the impact of 15 ‘people of influence' from across Aotearoa and Australia - invoking nostalgia, creating community, and inspiring the next generation.
The 9-5ers, 15 x 1 min, Regan Foa’i, up to $81,920. Set in the fictional Māngere electrical appliance store 'Shock Value', The 9-5ers is a Scripted mockumentary series following the lives of three overly qualified Polynesian employees and their newly appointed ‘egghead’ boss.
New Music Development - up to $6,000
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Coup De Main Zine Project 2023, Coup De Main, up to $20,000
Fresh Cuts in Focus, Grid City Grooves, NZ Electronica, Pulzar FM, up to $60,000
Intros 2023, Commotion, up to $25,000
Kiwi Rock Soundcheck 2023, Mediaworks Radio, up to $50,000
Mai Backyard Beats 2023, Mediaworks Radio, up to $50,000
More FM’s Wired 2023, Mediaworks Radio, up to $50,000
Most FM - Under the Mic, Kiwiana Show, Making Tracks, Taranaki FM Trust (the Most FM), up to $60,000
NZME Locals Only 2023, NZME Radio, up to $300,000
Rova Kiwi Discovery 2023, Mediaworks Radio, up to $20,000
Smokefreerockquest and Smokefree Tangata Beats 2023, Rockquest Promotions, up to $100,000
SOUNZ Films 2023, Centre for New Zealand Music Trust (SOUNZ), up to $135,000
The George FM Profile 2023, Mediaworks Radio, up to $30,000
Uncover Discover 2023, Mediaworks Radio, up to $60,000
UTR Feature Projects 2023, Undertheradar, up to $70,000
New Music Pasifika - up to $10,000
Bkidd, Bics in Tetleys
Diggy Dupé, Got Mine
Ezra Phoenix, City of Sin
Kini Aii, E Taugata Nai Lo Penina
Leao, Lo’u Fetu Feat. Kenny Sterling
Loose & Colourful, Breadfruit
Michael Kuresa, Currency
Mo etc., Deep Down
Shane Walker Feat. CIA, Taahine Tonga
The Mitis, For the Boys
Thewesternguide, Siva Mai
New Music Project
Edy, Edyonthebeat, up to $40,000
Cassie Henderson, Flahive Management, up to $40,000
Church & AP, MTCO, up to $40,000
Dual, Terry Street Studios, up to $20,000
Jackson Owens, Five AM, up to $40,000
Kora, Kora Limited, up to $40,000
Lontalius, MTCO, up to $40,000
Robinson, Robinson Music, up to $30,000
Sam V & Choicevaughan, In Rhythm From Deep, up to $40,000
Sxmpra, Sniffers, up to $39,000
Tipene, Loop Media NZ, up to $30,000
Tree, Big Lil Kids Entertainment, up to $40,000
BFM Capital 2022/23, Campus Radio 95BFM, up to $20,788
Radio Active Capital 2022/23, Radio Active FM, up to $21,315
Fresh FM Capital 2022/23, Fresh FM, up to $50,000
NZ Radio Awards 2023, Radio Broadcasters Association, up to $7,500
Voyager Media Awards 2023, Newspaper Publishers’ Association, up to $15,000
The Screen Music Uplift Program – Ngā Ringa Ārahi, Mind Your Music NZ, up to $20,000
SPADA Screen Industry Summit 2022, SPADA, up to $15,000
Every Voice 2022 Workshop, Screen Australia, up to $37,000
Cultural Capability Production Handbook for Aotearoa, SPADA, up to $30,000
SRN – Network Entity Governance Assistance, Kea New Zealand, up to $4,750