Destination Queenstown is counting down to spring in its new campaign, which encourages Australians to make the trip across the ditch by showing off the town's views and activities in an interactive campaign.
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KPEX, the local ad exchange founded last year, has confirmed the addition of three new online publishers to the mix, with more set to come shortly.
While RNZ exists on the periphery of the commercial world, the organisation’s chief executive sees it as increasingly important to work with the nation’s major media companies.
Who ya gunna call? PHD Media uses Phantom Billstickers to spread the word about the latest Ghostbusters flick
New research from Colmar Brunton has probed New Zealand's social media habits to find that while Facebook is no longer the latest thing, and may be considered less cool that the likes of SnapChat and Instagram, it remains the most popular social media platform and the most likely to be addictive to Kiwis.
A week into MediaWorks latest daily news video Newshub Explains, we talk to head of digital news Jono Hutchison about the conclusion of its midday TV bulletin and the continuing focus on digital news content.
It's been nearly a month since NBCUniversal-owned Bravo TV launched on New Zealand screens with MediaWorks and it’s already celebrating positive ratings as Kiwis tune in to get a dose of American reality TV.
Another month, another round of ads competing for the audience's attention. While Colmar Brunton said June provided a great variety, it was Kiwibank that took out top spot for its 'First Savers' TVC, which was created by Assignment Group.
Carat has announced the appointment of Alex Lawson to the role of group business director.
This week, Sky provoked ire in the nation’s news publishers by applying a range of conditions on those wanting to use highlights as part of their reportage. Sky is, of course, within its rights to limit the use of footage, which it paid handsomely for. But in an era of rampant live streaming and social media use, is this an example of sticking their finger in the dyke? And what can we learn from the NFL and the NBA?
EMANZ (the Experiential Marketing Association of New Zealand) is set to merge with CAANZ PREScom (PR, Social and Experiential Committee) after six months of discussions in a bid to help future-proof the experiential industry.
A supermarket may not be the first kind of business you think of when talking innovation and technological advancements but this week, Countdown is celebrating 20 years of online shopping and a new partnership with Samsung. We take a trip down memory lane to see how the floppy disk and dial-up-internet-run programme has been replaced by computers, tablets, smartphones and now smart refrigerators.
Vodafone recently called on Red Bull stunt driver Mad Mike Whiddett to help showcase the reliability of its 4G network. Warning: not to be viewed by those with a debilitating fear of stuttering streams.
Radio survey results: The Edge and Newstalk ZB retain top spots, while Mai FM continues its upward trajectory
When GFK took over the radio survey, it promised more frequent reporting over the course of the year, and the researcher has delivered in this regard, releasing the latest figures just over two months after the first round of results were made public in May.
Air New Zealand has released its latest inflight safety video via True. This time it’s Hollywood-inspired, featuring Rhys Darby and comedic actor Anna Faris who help demonstrate safety procedures in different movie genre settings.