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NZ On Air | Irirangi Te Motu

Website: http://www.nzonair.govt.nz/

Broadcast programming For Pacific Audiences

This report was developed to help identify narratives and trends, over the last decade, of Pacific broadcasting history, and opportunities for Pacific audiences; providing some indication…

Local Content Report 2011

Since 1989 NZ On Air has measured local free-to-air television content. The Local Content Report compares the schedules of the four national free-to-air channels in 2012…

Public Perception Research 2011

Each year, a Public Perceptions Report is completed which reports on New Zealander’s perceptions of local content, such as awareness and understanding of the role of…

Local Content Report 2010

Since 1989 NZ On Air has measured local free-to-air television content. The Local Content Report compares the schedules of the four national free-to-air channels in 2012…

The Caddick Report

NZ On Air provides funding so that New Zealanders can continue to hear and see significant amounts of New Zealand music on radio and music television…

Mainstream Māori Programming

Māori programming in mainstream television has changed since the first New Zealand broadcast in 1960. Ngā Matakiirea was engaged by NZ On Air to examine the…

Public Perception Research 2010

Each year, a Public Perceptions Report is completed which reports on New Zealander’s perceptions of local content, such as awareness and understanding of the role of…

Local Content Report 2009

Since 1989 NZ On Air has measured local free-to-air television content. The Local Content Report compares the schedules of the four national free-to-air channels in 2012…

Public Perceptions Research, 2008/2009

Each year, a Public Perceptions Report is completed which reports on New Zealander’s perceptions of local content, such as awareness and understanding of the role of…

Children Come First Radio Series

This radio series, commissioned by the Families Commission, focuses on issues directly impacting New Zealand Families. The five part series covers the topics of poverty, future generations, family…