Last night, the country’s top radio talent ventured to Auckland’s Shed 10 to celebrate the best in the business at the NZ Radio Awards. And the big winners on the night were Mai FM and Mike Hosking, winning Station of the Year – Network and Best Talk Presenter – Breakfast or Drive.
There were a lot of ups to celebrate as the first radio survey of the year was released yesterday. We take a look at the top performers and how 2018’s set to be a bigger year than last for many.
‘There is a Survivor in all of us’ according to TVNZ’s latest campaign for the second season of Survivor NZ, which will start up on Sunday at 7 pm. And after whispers the show may not return after the first season struggled to retain its audience, the new season has been rejigged and is filled with comical controversy.
With all 12 stars announced, the promotional videos for MediaWorks’ Dancing With The Stars were released this week featuring a dance-off between the competitors. StopPress speaks to executive creative director Ant Farac about how it’s given the show a new look for this season.
The Project has released a new campaign which aims to define its role as the 7pm news and current affairs show for viewers. The new launch aligns with the change of hosts as Jeremy Corbett fills the shoes of departing comedian Josh Thomson.
IAB New Zealand has announced it has been working with major New Zealand publishers, agencies and tech vendors to implement ads.txt, a global IAB initiative designed to eliminate counterfeit inventory in the programmatic advertising ecosystem.
Run me a bath Alexa, put the lights on dim and tell me the news. We take a look at the virtual assistant space and how Kiwi media organisations will be using Amazon’s Alexa.