It’s 18 months since Bravo graced New Zealand’s screens, delivering a dose of reality TV to local audiences in the form of Real Housewives, Vanderpump Rules and Million Dollar Listings. We speak to Chris Taylor, managing director of networks and distribution for Australia and New Zealand, about how the channel is settling into the local media landscape and what it has planned for 2018.
The New Zealand Television Awards recognised excellence in local television programmes as well as individual achievement as it announced the 2017 winners last night at Auckland’s SkyCity Theatre.
Bravo New Zealand is set for an injection of local talent after kicking off a nationwide search for its first local host.
With an endless library of overseas programming on offer online, where can New Zealanders go to get a fix of content that’s relevant and familiar to them? Freeview’s free-to-air TV offering is the answer and advertisers that understand the cultural connection local broadcasters have with New Zealand audiences stand to benefit.
Tauranga-based agency Woods Creative has collaborated with the University of the South Pacific and designed what is believed to be the first detailed book on the Cook Islands’ rich traditions, art and architecture written from a local perspective. Here’s a look at some of the creative.