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TVNZ Reports 28% Increase In Underlying Earnings

TVNZ Reports 28% Increase In Underlying Earnings

Television New Zealand today reported underlying earnings1 of $12.9 million for the financial year to 30 June 2010, a $2.8 million (28%) increase on the previous financial year.

One In Four Kiwis Will Pay Their Bill Late In The Year Ahead

One In Four Kiwis Will Pay Their Bill Late In The Year Ahead

One in four New Zealanders have revealed they will pay bills late over the next 12 months, with a staggering 20 percent indicating they may even skip a mortgage repayment.

RFU Statement On Ofcom Pay TV Review

RFU Statement On Ofcom Pay TV Review

Further to its statement on 31 March concerning the outcome of the Ofcom Pay TV review the Rugby Football Union can confirm it has received a legal opinion from its advisors.

Sky Television Moves To All Digital Service

Sky Television Moves To All Digital Service

SKY Television confirmed today that its analogue UHF pay TV networks will shut down at midnight tonight.

TVNZ To Launch Channel On Sky

TVNZ To Launch Channel On Sky

TVNZ and SKY will launch a new TV channel on the pay operator's platform in June.

The new channel, named TVNZ Heartland, will be New Zealand's first channel with 100% local content and will be available to all subscribers to the SKY basic package.

Report Finds Parents Confused About The Meaning Of TV Classification

Many parents and guardians are confused about the real meaning of a PG or PGR classification for television programmes, a new Broadcasting Standards Authority report says.

Travel Channel To Launch On Sky Television

Travel Channel To Launch On Sky Television

Travel Channel International and SKY Television confirmed today the launch of the Travel Channel on SKY on Saturday 1 May 2010

TVNZ Shares Major Journalism Award

TVNZ Shares Major Journalism Award

TVNZ News has been able to add the most prestigious prize in sports journalism to a record haul of honours in 2009.

End Scrap Over Rugby World Cup Broadcast Rights - Bring Sport Back To Free To Air!

End Scrap Over Rugby World Cup Broadcast Rights - Bring Sport Back To Free To Air!

The Maori Television bid to provide free to air coverage of Rugby World Cup 2011 games was a very noble bid and one that they should be congratulated and not pilloried for.

Ray White Concierge Launches As Real Estate Market Tightens In Favour Of Sellers To 2007 Levels

Ray White Concierge Launches As Real Estate Market Tightens In Favour Of Sellers To 2007 Levels

Predictions about the future of the real estate market are as changeable as the statistics, but recent figures from the leading real estate group Ray White show that the Auckland market is tightening in favour of the seller.

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