The first results of the GfK Radio Survey of the year are out and MediaWorks and NZME have plenty to celebrate with total audience numbers rising since the final survey in 2018.
Guyon Espiner is stepping down from RNZ’s Morning Report presenter role next year in a series of radio presenter changes.
Radio New Zealand has achieved year-on-year growth in the last GfK results for 2018 – despite the numbers dropping considerably from previous results this year. StopPress talked with RNZ head of radio and music David Allan about the year that was, and what’s to come in 2019.
With the final radio results of the year out, it brings with it the news that New Zealand radio is in a good place. With 3.32 million New Zealanders (10+) tuning into commercial radio each week, MediaWorks and NZME have reason to celebrate. We break down the results to see how The Rock, Rhema and Newstalk ZB had great performances while The Sound and More FM lost some footing.
Another round of radio results brings with it the news that New Zealand radio is a steady business. Commercial radio has retained its 3.4 million New Zealanders (10+) tuning in each week, giving both MediaWorks and NZME reason to celebrate. We break down the results to see how More FM, Coast and Magic had standout performances, while The Breeze and Mai lost some footing.
The Radio Bureau is bringing radio advertising expert Ralph van Dijk to New Zealand for a free seminar, in Auckland and Wellington, to help creatives and copywriters make the most out of client radio campaigns.
2017 was another record year for agency advertising spend, with data released from Standard Media Index (SMI) showing $1.048 billion was spent on major media across the year. But will the momentum continue? We speak to SMI managing director for Australia and New Zealand Jane Ractliffe about confidence in the economy.
Toyota and Saatchi & Saatchi have taken a look at what can go wrong when two things are alike in a campaign to promote its genuine parts.
Radio veteran David Gibbs shares his thoughts on how radio is likely to evolve in the coming years.