New beginning for climate reporting
Could it be that that the press, especially the US press, is finally waking up to the climate story? Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope, co-founders of the Covering Climate Now initiative, report.
A report from a broken estate
The UK and US have given a clear example of the importance of trustworthy information to a democratic system. It’s time we hear that warning.
Putting news back into sport
Sky TV has taken another step down its transformational path and debuted a channel devoted entirely to sports news. Mark Jennings reports.
Newsroom joins 170 media on climate
In the week before the next big UN meeting next month, media will focus on the world’s biggest issue, the existential challenges of climate change. Newsroom has joined the global effort.
TVNZ’s revenue and profits fall
Television New Zealand says its bottom line has been hit by falling advertising revenue and a weak currency, as global competition intensifies.
Sky rolls out its new game
In this week’s MediaRoom column Mark Jennings looks at the big changes at Sky TV.
StuffMe 2: the return of the beast
Is a second attempt at merging parts of Stuff and NZ Herald owner NZME planned, with a bid for political intervention to help the media industry? Tim Murphy reports.
No way back from media’s forbidden fruit
Anna Rawhiti-Connell has no desire to see any further degradation of the news media in NZ - something has to change.