91.8 MORE FM Auckland has just celebrated eighteen years on-air and on the anniversary of this occasion, long-standing breakfast announcer Jeremy Corbett has announced that his long run of early mornings are to come to an end. Corbett’s contract ends October and he has told staff and listeners he is choosing to take a break...
Last night Campbell Live featured a report on cameraman Geoff Mackley’s hunt for Canterbury’s mysterious giant cat.
Being a lover of puns, this whole segment is amazing. Cooper finally gives in to the giggles and it turns in to live TV news gold:
The national television network of the People’s Republic of China (CCTV) and Australia’s news channel, SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA, today significantly strengthened their relationship by signing an expanded co-operation agreement for news programming exchange and co-production. The new agreement, signed today at CCTV headquarters in Beijing, will see the launch of major live breaking news exchanges...
TV ONE will launch a new Saturday edition of its Breakfast programme, co-presented by Rawdon Christie and Toni Street, on 3 September.
Freeview customers nationwide fell victim to the winter storm lashing New Zealand last night when the freezing weather knocked Freeview’s satellite service off the air.
With a focus on New Zealand’s rich sporting history, Rocked the Nation 3: 100 New Zealand Sporting Moments, premiering on Wednesday, August 17th at 8:30pm on 3, is the third instalment of the highly successful and critically acclaimed Rocked The Nation documentary series. Hosted by comedian Dai Henwood, this third instalment in the Rocked the...
Just a day after Eric Young’s infamous four finger gesture appeared on the website of UK tabloid The Sun, Dan News has been sent this screen shot taken from BBC News. Where will it appear next?
Call it snow or sleet or whatever you like, it was fun!
TV3 has announced plans to broadcast a debate between Prime Minister, John Key, and the Leader of the Opposition, Phil Goff