Facebook knows who we message, the calls we make and the contacts in our phones, so why aren’t we all closing our accounts? Max Towle investigates.
Author Radio New Zealand
While TVNZ was clearing out four hours of prime time to air a heavily-hyped documentary about Michael Jackson’s alleged crimes against children, radio networks here quietly eased his music off the air. It shows the power of social media to spread and shape opinion across borders.
New Zealand is lining up to introduce a new tax on multinational companies that make money out of online goods and services in this country.
New Zealand’s so often getting left out on world maps, even the government is having a laugh – that is after appearing to have somehow missed us off too.
Consumers are feeling good about themselves, despite lingering concerns about the economy.
She’s been dubbed the real winner of the Golden Globes, staring down the barrel of the camera with a wry smile behind Hollywood’s elite, but was ‘Fiji Water Girl’ a major splash or a minor ripple in the marketing world?
Guyon Espiner is stepping down from RNZ’s Morning Report presenter role next year in a series of radio presenter changes.
Media company Stuff has confirmed it will axe 19 jobs at its community papers in Auckland and Northland.
Newspaper publisher Stuff is considering axing 19 jobs as it squeezes its community titles.
Dozens of South Taranaki pensioners ditched the slippers and bingo in favour of laser strike weapons and virtual reality goggles at an Ageing Disgracefully event in Normanby on Monday.
The head of News and Current Affairs at Māori Television has resigned, but the network says it has nothing to do with the proposed restructure.
Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran has resigned as a Minister, saying the “pressure has become intolerable”.