Month: January 2011

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Nightline returning on Monday

Presented by Rachel Smalley, Nightline – the country’s favourite late-night news show with the perfect mix of informative and entertaining content, returns for a whole new year on Monday, January 10th at 10:30pm on 3. If you’re not home in time for the award-winning 3 News at 6pm, then Nightline provides a more suitable time...

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Prime time slot for ‘The Crowd Goes Wild’

Mark Richardson and Andrew Mulligan are preparing for a new year of sports news mayhem as only they know how, as The Crowd Goes Wild kicks off 2011 in a brand new early evening slot of 6.30pm on Prime from Monday January 17th. Prime has returned the popular sports magazine show to an earlier evening...

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Gallery: New TV3 ID’s first to feature the artificial insemination of a cow?

Gallery: New TV3 ID’s first to feature the artificial insemination of a cow?

TV One isn’t the only network with new station ID’s playing this summer. TV3 have a series of short idents playing at the moment featuring the song “Counting the Beat.” In what is surely a broadcasting first, one of the clips has a farmer artificially inseminating a cow with the slogan “Ain’t no place I’d...

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Gallery: New TV One idents. There’s something in the water

Gallery: New TV One idents. There’s something in the water

TV One have launched a new on screen presentation package featuring some TV One stars including Pippa Wetzell and Alison Mau. The promo uses Brooke Fraser’s “Something in the Water” track. Available from iTunes here. Check out a montage and some snapshots below:

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Pics/Video: Air New Zealand’s new 777-300 arrives in Auckland

Pics/Video: Air New Zealand’s new 777-300 arrives in Auckland

Air New Zealand’s newest aircraft the Boeing 777-300ER arrived in Auckland this morning. The aircraft made famous by its ‘Cuddle Class’ interior will begin regular flights to London via Los Angeles from April, with ad hoc flights on various Australian routes until then. Here are some pictures I took this morning: