Fairfax Media Group more than halved the value of its Kiwi assets, attaching just A$40 million to mastheads that were once the core of a billion dollar investment.
As she returns to work as Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern has asked Kiwis to respect the privacy of her newborn daughter Neve - but accepts her child will sometimes be “in the public domain”.
Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran says MediaWorks CEO Michael Anderson is running a campaign using Murdoch-style language against public media, Thomas Coughlan reports.
The Government's recent public media funding announcement has been called into question by some, including Newsroom columnist Bryce Edwards . In a response to Edwards, NZ On Air chief executive Jane Wrightson argues the "twin pillar" approach with her organisation and RNZ makes more sense than has been suggested.
Media company NZME says three recently-launched digital advertising products have the potential to boost revenue in a sometimes uncertain media market.
Radio New Zealand's chief executive Paul Thompson says the public broadcaster is keen to expand on content-sharing arrangements with other New Zealand media outlets, which provide RNZ with advertising it couldn't otherwise get.
Four years after the book Dirty Politics was released, author Nicky Hager has won damages and an extraordinary apology from police for raids on his home that sent shivers through the media.
The Court of Appeal has backed the High Court's ruling that the Australian producer which bought Greenstone TV in 2013 must pay the television production company's founders about $555,000.
RNZ’s champagne will remain on ice after missing out on additional funding in this year’s Budget, but the Government says it is still committed to boosting the public broadcaster.
The Advertising Standards Authority recently released the amount of advertising revenue generated last year in New Zealand. Traditional media is struggling but as Mark Jennings reports, there are a few bright spots.