One of New Zealand’s most voracious consumers of local news media joins Duncan Greive to reveal the secrets behind his popular daily newsletter.
The rumour that electrified the country spread through the government’s most preferred and well-funded communication channel.
A new EP from an unknown Auckland singer ignited a bidding war before she’d released a single. Today her debut single ‘Call You Out’ is released, with eerie parallels to Lorde’s rise.
The associate editor of The Indian Times on why he believes the media ignores the quarter of our population not born here – and why both parties lose as a result.
A review of Māori media has recommended news be centralised at Māori Television. Many in the sector are deeply alarmed by the idea.
The Herald reported this morning that MediaWorks was on the verge of selling its TV assets to US TV giant Discovery – but it appears the story may have been premature.
A massive $50bn package includes an eight week extension to the wage subsidy. Does the business community think it's enough?
Made by a single family sewing together bits of old shows, Leigh Hart’s Big Isolation Lockdown was the funniest and most oddly comforting television made in level four.
NZME asked the commerce commission for urgent approval to buy Stuff for $1. Minutes later, Stuff’s owner said it was no longer in talks with NZME.
The weight of Covid-19 will be very unequally distributed. Duncan Greive writes about where it will land, and how those it hits might come out from under it.