Arts, architecture, psychology, kaupapa māori and rural comedy are among new stories for local screen investments from NZ On Air ahead of a radical revamp of the funding model.
Two new co-productions between New Zealand and Canadian producers will create interactive documentaries with historic ties to both countries.
A new children’s drama series, a family feature film, and a returning favourite series are set to bring more diverse stories to local TV screens.
Women are strongly represented in key roles in NZ On Air’s latest funded webseries.
New Zealand audiences can look forward to a host of insightful new factual programmes coming to television screens.
Against a backdrop of rapid media change and a flood of international content NZ On Air’s report to Parliament on its achievements in the 2015/16 year shows ongoing commitment to getting local content to New Zealand audiences.
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