A star-studded line-up of NZ celebrities including Dai Henwood and three All Blacks will be on TV3′s Comedy for Cure Kids this Friday

Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego

This year’s  TV3′s Red Nose Day: Comedy for Cure Kids will be hosted by comedians Jeremy Corbett and Paul Ego with a strong live comedic entertainment  element to it. It will also feature an array of popular New Zealand celebrities and faces, live entertainment and special guest appearances. The Henwood-All Blacks caper will screen alongside [ Read More ]

48 weeks and counting until we can watch all 48 matches via Maori TV

That’s right, just 48 weeks to go – and counting down – to the start of Rugby World Cup 2011! New Zealanders around the country are anxiously preparing for the biggest event to have hit Aotearoa in quite some time – if ever! Rugby fans are preparing to share in the atmosphere and excitement of [ Read More ]

Well known players and legends of sport come together to on Maori Television's newest show!

Club pride is on the line as characters from rugby clubs across the nation join forces with legends of the game in a fantastic new sports entertainment show. Featuring radio and former Tongan international rugby star Willie Lose as host and former All Blacks, the legendary Buck Shelford and Glen Osborne as team captains, THE [ Read More ]

Naked News Flash presenter found for Alt TV

In March Alt TV advertised for a presenter for their proposed show Naked News Flash. What we are looking for: Alt TV is looking for someone who has the ability to speak clearly, articulately and confidently. You must be well presented, comfortable in your own skin and not be shy about having your breasts/chest broadcast [ Read More ]

TV3 announce their 2007 Rugby World Cup presenting team

TV3’s 2007 Rugby World Cup coverage team is ready to head to France! TV3 will have all 48 games live, exclusive and without interruption. Rugby editor and sports presenter Hamish McKay will lead the commentary team with legendary All Blacks and 1987 Rugby World Cup winners Grant Fox and Alan Whetton. Joining them will be [ Read More ]