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ActionStation NZ News Media Satisfaction Survey- Results

Friday, 26 June 2015, 3:34 pm | The State of NZ News Media

In May & June 2015 NZ's "people powered change" platform Action Station ( @ActionStation ) conducted a survey of a sample of 3,773 of its members, asking them questions about their views on The State of NZ News Media. In the Storify Story below you will see ... More >>

How Freelancers & Bloggers Inform NZ's $23 Bn ICT Industry

Friday, 23 January 2015, 6:07 pm | The State of NZ News Media

In his reflection for this "The State of NZ News Media" public conversation series he provides an overview of the current state of NZ Technology reporting and concludes the current state of technology journalism is serving neither readers nor NZ's $23 ... More >>

News Before Profits : Bill Rosenberg

Friday, 23 January 2015, 3:33 pm | The State of NZ News Media

n New Zealand and internationally, news services are under stress. Developments in technology are creating new forms of media, allowing the public more choice. Combined with discontent with the conventional media, this undermines their main income source: ... More >>

Stop The Press : Alison McCulloch

Friday, 16 January 2015, 4:16 pm | The State of NZ News Media

When I read Nicky Hager’s book “Dirty Politics”, I thought it should have been called “Dirty Journalism”. Because Dirty Journalism underpinned and enabled all that dirty politics every step of the way. It still does. More >>

Reinventing News As A Public Right - A Public Conversation

Friday, 16 January 2015, 12:02 pm | The State of NZ News Media

Oh how the mighty have fallen. Once journalism was possibly a noble profession, though that is certainly now, to quote our Prime Minister, a "contestable" notion. It certainly seemed at least a little noble when I joined the ranks of reporters in 1989 . But ... More >>




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