TVNZ has announced the appointment of one of its most experienced senior news people as the company’s new Head of News and Current Affairs.
It’s time to rejoice early birds! TV ONE’s Breakfast returns for 2013.
One News uses a Neil Armstrong graphic to talk about Lance Armstrong the cyclist.
Here’s the news promo blooper that went to air on TV One last night. For those that asked, this likely happened as most news promos are pre-recorded:
Could it be the start of a new TV phenomenon?
In what could be described as "news bombing" Mike McRoberts appeared on TV One's live coverage of this morning's Olympic flag bearer announcement.
Check out the new One News promo for the London Olympics:
When TVNZ reporter, Kim Vinnell was sent to Kenya to report on the actions of a kiwi aid worker, she knew she was in for a unique experience, but nothing could have prepared her for what happened.
While in Kenya, Vinnell not only made a connection with the locals, she also fell in love and is now following her heart and returning to Africa.
With the news that One News will launch a new website tonight, I thought I’d share this screenshot of One Network News’ website in 1996 when Mount Ruapehu was erupting.
TVNZ’s online news has undergone a makeover to align more closely with its on-air counterpart and now has its own dedicated site, onenews.co.nz. The new site will be home to all of TVNZ’s news content, while the tvnz.co.nz homepage will continue to have a strong news presence in the short term to navigate users through...
TV ONE’s Breakfast has seen a 10 per cent rise in the available audience share for the month of May 2012. Increasing from 36 per cent share of all people aged 5+ in April, to 40 per cent in May, Breakfast now has over three times the audience than that of Firstline.