Browsing: Fairfax Media
For 20 years the David Bain Family Murders have captured New Zealand’s imagination and now they’re doing so in a 10-part podcast series that dives deep into the controversial case.
Who would have thought that the survival of the Nelson Mail and the protection of the environment and the honey industry in the Nelson- Tasman region could be secured in a three-week window by getting the community to wipe out some wasps?
Fairfax Media launches a digital energy business to help reduce customers’ electricity costs.
The Magazine Publishers Associations has announced the 123 finalists across 16 publishers vying for glory at this year’s Magazine Media Awards.
When the Australian media companies attempted to come together to form a similar alliance across the ditch, the effort failed because various players were simply unwilling to collaborate. But the local players did not allow the same to happen. Setting aside their partisan differences and prioritising the importance of creating a strong local programmatic network, Fairfax Media, MediaWorks, NZME and TVNZ successfully came together to form KPEX.
Here’s why the execs determined the move was worthwhile.
By being bold, innovative and inclusive, the Unitec marketing team, led until recently by Jeanette Paine, has played a major role in the institution’s marketing-led transformation over the past three years.
An entry that seamlessly blends two curious elements together—Amish culture and Calvin Klein undies—has won the 2011 Fairfax Media Young Print Lions competition, beating out 26 other entries. Called ‘Reach the Unreachable’ the print ad is the clever work of young’uns Pip Perkins and Jennie Ko from DDB Group NZ.
Aussie-based media behemoth Fairfax Media has released its results for the last half of 2011, with TradeMe continuing to shine and the New Zealand arms of the business also reporting double digit profit increases despite a slow economy.
APN emerges as the winner in the latest newspaper readership numbers, continuing to defy world trends in daily rags and thumbing its nose at nearest rival Fairfax Media.
Fairfax Media, publisher of stuff.co.nz has appointed journalist and blogger Greer McDonald, who has been a news reporter specialising in online issues at The Dominion Post for the last two years, as its first social media editor.
Big hair, bigger scalp
The bitterly divided Fairfax board has generated another casualty: the chairman.
Ron Walker was expected to stand for reelection at the forthcoming AGM. But in response to internal disputes which culminated in stinging public criticism from the John B Fairfax faction, Walker yesterday told the Sydney …
Calling all budding writers and creatives keen to make an investment for their career – applications are open for the Australasian Writers and Art Directors Association (AWARD) Copy Academy.
Learn the nuances for writing for all types of media. Hone your skills for creating the perfect headline. Impress the hell out …
NZ rags did good at the 2009 Pacific Area Newspaper Publishers’ Association Awards (PANPA) held in Sydney last week.
Fairfax Media is licking its chops after the choice morsels it received. The Timaru Herald won the display advertising and the classified categories for newspapers with a circulation up to 25 …