Buyers line up for Three, but watch TVNZ
Word out of MediaWorks is that there is more interest in buying the company’s loss-making TV arm than expected - maybe as many as five.
Why do we fall for fake news?
People are not innately able to recognise accurate and reliable information, and merely responding with the truth is rarely enough.
Going public last play for Three
Why did MediaWorks decide to embark on such a public process in announcing its TV arm was for sale and risk badly undermining its brand?
Three faces Christmas in the dark
In this week’s MediaRoom column: could MediaWorks close its TV operations altogether? And the Herald restructures its newsroom to remove a layer of management and shake up its investigative team.
Sky pushes Spark off the park with rugby deal
Competition for the rights to broadcast sports matches involving NZ’s top teams has produced a bonanza for the sporting bodies, forcing media companies to be a lot more innovative.
It’s do or die for Sky
Sky’s share price had sunk to an all-time low and its future existence depended on winning the NZ rugby rights, writes Mark Jennings
Sky backs LockerRoom women’s sport
Newsroom is delighted to welcome leading sports broadcaster Sky as a major supporter of our LockerRoom section to boost the profile and coverage of Kiwi women in sport.
Shut out from an inclusion conference
Why some participants at a conference on inclusion lambasted organisers for paying lip service to the subject.