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TVNZTelevision New Zealand (New Zealand Television Network)
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TVNZ director of coverage Claire Watson, Davidson's former boss, said she was talented, hard-working and "very special".
But TVNZ spokesman Andi Brotherson denied his station were attempting to cash-in on the tragedy and said: "We're not trying to push a psychic message for money or ratings." Since the controversy broke, Webber has complained that her role as been "blown out of all proportion".
"That's why TVNZ will be accelerating its strategy to transform the business from a traditional advertising-reliant broadcaster to that of a multiplatform digital media company with diverse income streams," Ellis says.
In another incident of Olympic-related violence, a reporter for New Zealand television covering the Games was attacked and slightly injured Friday night, TVNZ reported Saturday.
No formal complaint has been made but state-owned broadcaster TVNZ reported that it believed the allegation concerns sexual assault.
I'm covering the Olympic Games in Beijing for TVNZ, and will be going back to Christchurch later in the year, along with Auckland, Wellington and Hamilton for, would you believe, the Women's Under 17 Football World Cup.
Harmonic Inc (Nasdaq:HLIT), a provider of versatile and high performance video solutions, announced on Wednesday (16 April) that Television New Zealand (TVNZ), a free-to-air broadcaster and television public broadcaster based in New Zealand, has deployed the company's DiviCom Electra 7000 high definition (HD) and Electra 5400 standard definition (SD) MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) encoders for the new Freeview digital terrestrial television (DTT) service recently launched.
The construction programme is expected to be finished by mid-December and the airport company has said that travellers will notice building activity until then, reported TVNZ Interactive.
A July 5, 2005 story by TVNZ, citing information developed by Reuters, said that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OCED) was pleased for the most part with the performance of the New Zealand economy.
Television New Zealand (TVNZ) recently reported that a group known as Clean Air Auckland has launched a new campaign urging local businesses to tune up their vehicles on a regular basis to help reduce area pollution.
In one of those switcheroos which characterize New Zealand television, the Labour Government came into power in 1988, with a declared intention to shift Television New Zealand (TVNZ) away from the path of free market activity and maximization of profits--a route it had followed with much enthusiasm, since the widespread deregulation of the late 1980s.
Under the National party government, Television New Zealand Ltd (TVNZ) operated as the country's principal free-to-air television broadcaster.