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ZM's Cam Mansel on its Snapchart and the morphing nature of radio

  • Media
  • February 3, 2017
  • Erin McKenzie
ZM's Cam Mansel on its Snapchart and the morphing nature of radio

Counting down the music charts has long been a feature on many radio stations, with listeners calling and texting in their favourites. In more recent years we've seen that voting adopt social media and now, ZM is moving on by only taking votes through Snapchat in its new Snapchart show. We talk to host Cam Mansel about connecting with listeners on a one-to-one level and bringing radio into the modern media mix.

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Radio survey: RNZ National increases lead over Newstalk ZB and RadioLive

  • Media
  • November 18, 2016
  • StopPress Team
Radio survey: RNZ National increases lead over Newstalk ZB and RadioLive

In the wake of last week's commercial radio celebrations, Radio New Zealand has something to cheer about following the release of its survey results by GfK. RNZ National has maintained its spot at number two for audience reach against its commercial competitors and saw growth where other news stations saw a drop.

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Cannes 2015: Colenso's run continues with three more silvers

  • Awards
  • June 25, 2015
  • StopPress Team
Cannes 2015: Colenso's run continues with three more silvers

Colenso found itself among the winners at Cannes again overnight, picking up a pair of silvers in the Radio category for the 'Lottery' and 'Whack job' spots produced for Mars. And the agency added added another silver to the tally in the Cyber category for its 'Speed dial' campaign for VW.

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TRB restructure brings about additional staff changes—UPDATED

  • Radio
  • March 16, 2015
  • Damien Venuto
TRB restructure brings about additional staff changes—UPDATED

In response to ongoing speculation about the future of The Radio Bureau, NZME and MediaWorks have released a joint statement saying that the future of the industry body "remains solid and secure". Several sources in the industry have confirmed to StopPress that TRB will not be dissolved and that MediaWorks and NZME are working closely with the independent radio stations to re-shape the organisation to make to ensure it remains relevant in the media landscape. And this restructure has led to some additional staff changes. Update: TRB confirms three new appointments.

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Bye bye diary? Radio industry reviews its research methodology, looks to move away from twice-yearly survey

  • Media
  • January 16, 2015
  • Ben Fahy
Bye bye diary? Radio industry reviews its research methodology, looks to move away from twice-yearly survey

In an era where the online realm has allowed marketers and media owners to measure, track and chart everything in real-time, it seems slightly anachronistic to record radio listenership by getting people to fill in a paper diary. And the radio industry seems to agree, because it’s currently reviewing its research methodology and, as a result, it won’t be conducting its regular T1 survey.

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Everyone wins in the radio survey (especially The Edge and Newstalk ZB)—UPDATED

  • Radio
  • October 3, 2014
  • Damien Venuto
Everyone wins in the radio survey (especially The Edge and Newstalk ZB)—UPDATED

The radio survey is generally a competitive affair, which pits the two commercial radio networks against each other and invariably results in the liberal use of superlatives. The latest edition was no different. The releases from the respective networks read like pages torn out of a motivational speaker’s speech, drawing attention to all the positives that the result served up. MediaWorks used its release to draw attention to the fact that it overtook NZME in terms of overall station share in Auckland for the first time. And on the other side of the divide, NZME highlighted the continued dominance of Newstalk ZB, and singled out Mike Hosking for again having the number one breakfast show in New Zealand. PLUS: Matt Heath and Jeremy Wells celebrate Hauraki moving from 13th to 12th.

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There can be only one: Jane Hastings takes on newly created chief executive role at APN—UPDATED

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  • May 6, 2014
  • Damien Venuto
There can be only one: Jane Hastings takes on newly created chief executive role at APN—UPDATED
(Image credit: NZ Herald)

APN is centralising management of its radio, publishing and digital business interests in New Zealand with the appointment of Jane Hastings in a redefined chief executive officer role. Previously, the Kiwi arm of APN had dual chief executive roles, with Martin Simons being in charge of the publishing and digital side and Hastings holding the reins at TRN. Updated with comments from Hastings.

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Radio New Zealand shuffles its lineup—UPDATED

  • Radio
  • February 12, 2014
  • Damien Venuto
Radio New Zealand shuffles its lineup—UPDATED

Radio New Zealand (RNZ) has announced that Simon Mercep will leave the Morning Report in April when Geoff Robinson, the co-host on the show, retires. And according to a Herald report, the empty seats left at the Morning Report by the imminent departure of the two hosts will be filled by Auckland-based Guyon Espiner and, if speculation is to be trusted, Wellington journalist Susie Ferguson, who has previously filled in on the show.

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