Research tagged with “Television”

Infographics · NZ on Air · Television
NZ on Air · 20th April 2017

New Zealanders enjoyed slightly more new local TV programmes in 2016 but there was less local content in prime time. The biggest increase was seen in Entertainment programming. Overall the levels of local content are remaining relatively steady in a challenging economic environment.

Digital · NZ on Air · Television
NZ on Air · 1st August 2016

This research looked at the use of NZ screen content in schools. What content is used and why, where its accessed, and what barriers there might be to using NZ content. 

Digital · Infographics · Music · Radio · Television
NZ on Air · 28th July 2016

New Zealanders’ media consumption habits are changing rapidly as the media environment and technology changes. And the most rapid change is with younger audiences.

Digital · Infographics · NZ on Air · Television
NZ on Air · 23rd May 2016

This report is the first of an ongoing series which will monitor gender and ethnic diversity at the producer, director and writer level in TV and digital projects funded by NZ On Air.

Infographics · Television
NZ on Air · 15th April 2016

Local content on television increased 2.4% in 2015, although the amount of new programmes continued to decline. This report has measured local content since 1989, as an indicator of the health of the local TV industry. It counts content on six free-to-air channels.

External · 13th April 2016

NZ Screen industry revenue grew in 2015 by $66 million over the previous year.

NZ on Air · 24th November 2015

A study commissioned by NZ On Air and NZ Film Commission on behalf of Screen NZ to look at what skills shortage exist in drama production in NZ and how these can be addressed. The study was carried out by Tim Thorpe Consulting.

Digital · Music · Radio · Television
External · 30th July 2015

Nielsen’s report on the ‘Changing NZ Consumer’ provides insight into the nation’s shifting population and preferences. We’re becoming older and more multicultural with a growing taste for new things. Click through for a summary of points and a highlights video.

External · 30th May 2015

New research out of the U.S. reveals the widespread use of TV sets to access online content.

NZ on Air · 10th April 2015

Local content on television increased 3% last year and the percentage of first run local content held steady.

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