This morning, at The Vitrine in Grey Lynn, Bauer unveiled a new lifestyle magazine brand fronted by celebrity chef Nadia Lim. Dubbed Nadia, the bi-monthly publication will debut to the public on 17 October, as Bauer distributes a hefty run of 60,000 copies to supermarkets and bookstores throughout the nation.
An ethical fashion rating app was launched yesterday, dubbed Good On You, which is free for Kiwis to download and provides a way for consumers to see how fashion brands in New Zealand stack up in regard to ethical practices.
Media experts have expressed frustration at the fact Broadcasting minister Amy Adams will keep restrictions on advertising over Easter Weekend and on Sunday mornings (albeit with some exceptions) in place under the proposed Digital Convergence Bill.
To promote its new K Bar fusion chocolate, Whittaker’s opened its very first pop-up shop in the style of a 1950s milk bar on Wellington’s Cuba Street. Here’s a look at the shop and how its promoting its latest flavour collision.
Hallenstein Brothers has launched a new campaign with Lach & Friends, again featuring YouTube and Instagram sensation Jay Alvarrez who shows off the durability of the brand’s High Performance suit by hanging out in shark-infested waters off The Bahamas.
To mark the Spice Girls' 20th Anniversary, TRA strategist Antonia Mann has renamed the group's members according to today's cultural trends. Audacious Spice, Spice the Creator and Snap Spice make the list.
Following Duncan Greive announcing the death of television, Damian Christie shares his thoughts on the New Zealand on Air audience survey information and says the statement 'television has lost out to the Internet' is a false dichotomy.