2 edition of Broadcasting in New Zealand found in the catalog.
Broadcasting in New Zealand
|Statement||by John Yeabsley, Ian Duncan, and Doug James.|
|Contributions||Duncan, Ian, 1948-, James, Douglas., New Zealand. Communications Division., New Zealand Institute of Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HE8689.9.N45 Y4 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||95199310|
Voice and Vision Volume 2: History of Broadcasting in New Zealand by Patrick Day, Broadcasting History Trust Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast? 2 day shipping options This concluding volume of the history of New Zealand broadcasting starts in Pages: New Zealand Labour Party Manifesto 1 Authorised by Andrew Kirton, Willis St, Wellington. Broadcasting and Digital Media. Highlights. Labour will: • Create a new Public Digital Media Service, with the working title ‘RNZ+’ • Create a Public Media Funding Commission (PMFC) to fund and oversee non-commercial publicly-funded media.
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RNZ National broadcasts 24 hours a day, featuring the best in news, current affairs, Māori programming, series, readings and music – plus podcasts, a live audio feed and on-demand programmes. There is something for everyone in the wee small hours of a brand new day, every day, on our All Night Programme, a live-hosted programme of features. A history of broadcasting in New Zealand. Vol. 1, The radio years. Auckland: Auckland University Press in association with the Broadcasting History Trust, Day, Patrick. A history of broadcasting in New Zealand. Vol. 2, Voice and vision. Auckland: Auckland University Press in association with the Broadcasting History Trust, ).
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30 rows The Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media is a minister in the government of New Zealand with responsibility for Television New Zealand and Radio New current Minister is Kris Faafoi, member of the Labour Party.
History. The position of Minister of Broadcasting was established in in preparation for the introduction of television into New Appointer: Governor-General of New Zealand. The New Zealand government established the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation (NZBC) in In terms of the NZ Broadcasting Act the NZBC became the Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand (BCNZ).
The corporation was dissolved on 1 Apriland replaced by three separate organisations: Radio New Zealand, Television One, and Television Two, later known as South Pacific Broadcast area: AKTV2, WNTV1, CHTV3, DNTV2.
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This concluding volume of the history of New Zealand broadcasting starts in It begins with the shift from state to public broadcasting, the birth of TV and the spread of coverage nationwide.
It then follows the many changes in the structure of bradcasting, from the NZBC through to the s focus on radio and TV broadcasting as Author: Patrick Day.
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