Shortland Street is back, and while viewers are dealing with Chris Warner’s woes, TVNZ and Blacksand are lapping up the success of a colourful summer campaign.
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My Kitchen Rules celebrity chefs Pete Evans and Manu Feildel sit at the head of a table that stretches across New Zealand in a new promo for season three of the show.
Shortland Street stars have come out to encourage the country’s youth to hit the polls on election days by opening up about what matters to them in a campaign by TVNZ Blacksand and the Electoral Commission.
With Survivor New Zealand set to hit screens on 7 May, TVNZ has released another round of its campaign with a colourful, energetic video via TVNZ Blacksand, as well as unveiling the contestants. We chat to executive creative director Jens Hertzum about giving the local format a contemporary and fun feel.
When TVNZ launched Duke last year, it was championed as a way of reaching hard to get audiences and acting as an experiment lab for new forms of content. And its first birthday celebration is set to champion those strengths with a live primetime TV sports event that will see two friends battle it out for Fresh-Up.
Tiny mobile screens. Precarious cables traversing a room. Shared headphones and a laptop in bed. All familiar scenes to anyone who has delved into online streaming. And while any of these examples are acceptable in certain circumstances, a new campaign from Freeview NZ shows there are some advantages to the bigger television screen, particularly when watching a show with someone else.
Shortland Street may be taking a break for the summer, but the drama isn’t. While the actors enjoy some time off camera, TVNZ Blacksand has launched a new campaign to keep audiences engaged until the programme returns on 18 January.