Month: May 2009

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FA Cup live on TV One and Sports Extra

The FA Cup will be simulcast live from Wembley on TV ONE, TVNZ Sports Extra on Freeview and on TVNZ’s website this weekend. TVNZ Sports Extra will begin its coverage with a six hour build up to the final between Chelsea & Everton at 8pm on Saturday night. Live coverage starts on TV ONE at...

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Duncan’s live web chat gets interesting

Last night at 6.30, Duncan Garner hosted a live web chat where viewers could ask questions about the budget. A first for New Zealand media. There were some interesting comments and questions, some I have listed a few below: Steve181: I am naked in front of my computer, is this inappropriate conduct? Duncan-Garner: Education took...

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Fun Friday Mobiles

Fun Friday Mobiles

This week saw the launch of Telecom’s XT network, offering advanced features to Telecom users for the first time.   But, it was a different story back in 1987 as you will see when you watch this classic video below:

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Good Morning to ‘Find A Star’

Good Morning to ‘Find A Star’

Are you hiding a secret talent from family, friends and the great New Zealand public? Isn’t it time to step into the spotlight and shine? TV ONE’s Good Morning is on a mission to find New Zealand’s brightest undiscovered talent. Can you sing like an angel, flow like an MC or dance like a pro?...

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TV3 tweets the budget

TV3 has set up a twitter account so people can follow budget announcements throughout the afternoon. You can follow the tweets here.

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TVNZ has budget covered

Tomorrow’s Budget is considered to be the most important in a generation. NZI Business presenter, Corin Dann will host a LIVE Budget Special from 1:30pm tomorrow afternoon on TV ONE followed by full coverage in ONE News at 4:30pm and 6pm. On Sunday’s Q + A, TVNZ Political Editor, Guyon Espiner will look back at...

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TV2’s ‘Singing Bee’ is back

TV2 welcomes family favourite The Singing Bee back for a second exciting season. Host, Jordan Vandermade returns to take the reigns in putting ordinary Kiwis through their lyric paces. Contestants must sing the words correctly to well known songs and compete for $10,000 each week.