Aspiring young film artist captures 'Miniature Wellington'

This clip showcases the talents of aspiring videographer Jared Gray.  The clip  features  Gray’s cinematographic approach  of Wellington city in an artistic style . Gray has taken a proactive approach to job hunting by putting together a clip of a seemingly miniature Wellington to showcase his talents.

Freeview Welcomes Government Digital Switchover-Date Announcement

Environmentally friendly suggestion for freeview? Television viewers in all major New Zealand towns are set to benefit from the Government’s announcement today that digital switchover will take place in 2013. That’s the message from Freeview, the free-to-air digital televison and radio broadcasting platform, which has welcomed the date set by Broadcasting Minister Dr. Jonathan Coleman [ Read More ]

Ipad now has NZ on screen coverage

New Zealanders looking for brilliant content to watch on their new Apple iPads will find it close to home. NZ On Screen has launched a major upgrade to its website to coincide with the iPad’s local launch.

Skype on your TV launching in New Zealand

Panasonic New Zealand has announced availability of Skype on VIERA High Definition TV For sometime Panasonic have been aiming to do a deal with Skype to include a built-in support for the internet service allowing users to makae a free voice or video call to another Skype user. They finally have completed the deal and [ Read More ]

TVNZ launch new rich media entertainment website – tvnz.co.nz/tv

TVNZ are talking up the launch of their new rich media website with some big claims about what it will achieve. Only time will tell how well they perform.

Gorilla TV launches unique web and TV integration

After many months of development Gorilla-TV is launching this month on Juice TV and www.gorilla-tv.com Gorilla-TV is a unique blend of old-school static television and new age web interaction. Every month teams from all over the country submit a 4 minute television pilot. The pilots go onto Gorilla-TV.com where the public vote on them. It’s [ Read More ]

A Song of Good uses internet in innovative promotion

Chaos ensued after Gregory King’s award winning feature film A Song of Good streamed free on the internet to the New Zealand public a week ago. The online experiment, a first of its kind for New Zealand, was highly successful. Initial estimates of 500 viewers, were exceeded after reports on Close-Up, TV One News and [ Read More ]

New Website launched for Indigenous Television Broadcasters

An international alliance of indigenous television broadcasters has unveiled a revamped website – www.witbn.org – as part of its mission to retain and grow indigenous languages and cultures. The new-look website of the World Indigenous Television Broadcasters Network (WITBN) includes information, videos and links to its member organisations; updates on programme and news sharing initiatives; [ Read More ]

Latest additions to NZOnScreen website

We are pleased to announce some new additions to the NZ on Screen website that you may be interested in Full Length Te Po Urirui Awatea, a young warrior, is enraged when his lover Te Po, a high-born chief’s daughter, enters an arranged marriage. Retribution is swift and brutal. Set in the late 16th century [ Read More ]

Beijing Olympic Games online coverage from TVNZ

TVNZ has launched New Zealand’s online home of the Olympic Games at TVNZ’s dedicated Olympic website which is now LIVE. The site can be found at tvnz.co.nz/Olympics Nothing compares with the power and excitement of the Olympic Games, the greatest global sporting event. When the world’s elite athletes gather in Beijing this August, TVNZ will [ Read More ]