articles tagged 'Anthony Flannery'

Paul Henry to swap current affairs for comedy

  • Media
  • December 6, 2011
  • Cath Winks
Paul Henry to swap current affairs for comedy

Forget half an hour of current affairs - instead a new comedy show, to be hosted by Paul Henry, is planned for Sunday nights on TV3. Henry will host Would I Lie To You?, a comedy panel show featuring two teams and guest celebrities.

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Oooh, suit you sir...

  • Marketing
  • October 6, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Oooh, suit you sir...

...as Robert Harvey gets set to take up Philip O'Neill's slack, DB's Rene de Monchy departs for Singaporean shores, MEC announces a new arrival and a couple of internal promotions and TVNZ's head of news and current affairs Anthony Flannery gets set to head back to Australia. 

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TVNZ feasts on almost all-week Breakfast

  • Media
  • August 18, 2011
  • StopPress Team
TVNZ feasts on almost all-week Breakfast

TVNZ's head of news and current affairs Anthony Flannery has said in the past that Breakfast's popularity comes down to a good combination of "light and shade". And the balance will be tipped in favour of light come September 3 when a new Saturday edition of the show that will be co-presented by Rawdon Christie and Toni Street is launched. 

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Gloveslap! Victories claimed, rises charted and rebuttal given as old broadcasting foes face off once again

  • Media
  • April 4, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Gloveslap! Victories claimed, rises charted and rebuttal given as old broadcasting foes face off once again

The latest TV viewership figures for March are out and, amid the many regularly overused adjectives (primarily staggering, dramatic, massive and all-important), both warring parties are, as per usual, claiming victories, with TVNZ's news audience increasing substantially and MediaWorks trumpeting a big rise in more lucrative eyeballs since the launch of FOUR. And while there's always a bit of press release-based argy bargy when these numbers are set loose, it's pistols at dawn when it comes to the morning news figures. 

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TVNZ finds its repurpose, embraces journalistic 'Jack of all tradism'

  • Media
  • July 12, 2010
  • Ben Fahy
TVNZ finds its repurpose, embraces journalistic 'Jack of all tradism'

As broadcasters around the world increasingly focus on the internet to distribute their news and content, as print media invests in additional video and audio assets to enhance its online offerings, and as previously separate mediums seem to become more and more alike, the quest for media convergence means many of these outlets are being forced to cut each other's lunches and create content that can be used across different platforms. And, despite stellar ratings for its traditional free-to-air news and current affairs shows in recent months, TVNZ is preparing for this new digital frontier with what it says are the biggest changes in 20 years.

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