TVNZ has confirmed it is entering into consultation with its staff in relation to proposed changes that will see an overall reduction of roles in its media operations and news teams.
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NZME managing editor Shayne Currie takes a short break from captaining the ship to chat to StopPress about the state of news media.
While publications here and abroad have canned their comments section, Stuff has decided to continue fighting the trolls. Editor Patrick Crewdson explains why.
From the page to the screen and everywhere inbetween: how magazines are morphing into many-tentacled consumer brands
All winners from the biggest local awards night in creative advertising.
StopPress understands Air New Zealand has appointed its media account across Australia and New Zealand to the Dentsu Aegis Network, bringing an end to the long-winded pitch process stretching back to September. UPDATE: Carat will manage the account in New Zealand, while Vizeum will take charge in Australia.
Following on from its recent win of Manukau Institute of Technology, Hamilton-based agency King St has now picked up the media account for Beaurepaires.
Dentsu Aegis' Alex Radford provides a thought-provoking explanation as to why marketers need to think seriously about talking to bots over the next 12 months.
At a time when words like 'feminazi', 'man hater' and 'snowflake' are thrown around quite freely, Bridget Taylor thinks the gender debate is still worth having.
When Mark Jennings and Tim Murphy first announced their news venture, they were in no doubt aware that they needed something substantial to coincide with the launch—a story befitting the promise that Newsroom would be covering ‘things that matter’. On day one, they delivered.
StopPress understands that Levi Slavin is returning to New Zealand to take up a creative leadership role at Colenso BBDO.
Beyond the familiar names of Facebook and Google, Ben Rose encounters a few new tech players he thinks might be worth keeping an eye on.
NIB's Ben Rose is currently in Austin for this year's edition of SXSW, and he has learnt a few tips for organisations looking to collaborate with the juggernauts of capitalism.
In an industry based entirely on the quality of its creativity, Hunch founder Michael Goldthorpe reckons standout ideas are rarer than they should be.
Next month, some 25,000 international athletes will descend upon Auckland to compete in the 2017 World Masters Games and celebrating the event as presenting sponsor is Barfoot & Thompson in a campaign via Big Communications.
Over the last two years, the Track team has more than doubled its headcount, added new accounts and grown existing business. We chat to managing director Rob Limb about rebranding his agency and turning things around after the departure of Spark.