Nielsen’s Q3 2023 findings have revealed a surge in readership for Are Media NZ publications, and a positive uptick for SCG’s dish magazine.
Warner Bros. Discovery has launched the new ThreeNow, offering audiences an improved viewing experience.
JOLT, a sustainable EV charging and digital Out of Home advertising network in Australia and NZ, is introducing its business model in the UK.
The Infinite Dial 2023 results have been released and show a “healthy” and “resilient” industry.
Kiwis tuning into TVNZ in 2024 will have a wide selection to choose from, with ‘Aotearoatanga’ or ‘New Zealandness’ at the centre of its content.
Scentre Group BrandSpace has released a 3D enabled large format network across Westfield destinations across NZ and Australia.
The Spinoff has extended its partnership with oOh!media NZ, to amplify The Fold podcast.
NZME has been the top podcast network in the country for an uninterrupted 25 months, as per the most recent Triton Digital New Zealand Podcast Ranker.
Out of Home media company JCDecaux NZ has announced it is resetting its climate strategy to prioritise becoming net-zero by 2050.
Go Media has taken out the title of Te Tohu Aorangi Overall Supreme Winner at the 2023 MWDI Māori Businesswomen’s Awards.
TVNZ’s financial performance in FY23 has shown resilient fiscal stewardship in the face of challenging economic times.
Pacific Media Network has revealed its all-new multimedia content platform and master brand, designed and built by Daylight.
Māori Television, in partnership with World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network, is set to host the 2024 World Indigenous Content Conference.
Stuff and MediaWorks have been named as the media partners for fashion, music and sports event, Lexus Urban Polo.
A whopping 1.4 million people tuned into TVNZ 1 to watch the 2023 General Election results unfold.
Stuff will stop sharing content to X, effective immediately, following concerns about mis- and disinformation shared on the platform.
HYPER has partnered with Bargain Chemist to bring a new network of screens to its stores.