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November, 2013 NZ On Air funding matches great local content with appreciative audiences New Zealanders are changing the way they consume media, and NZ On Air's latest Annual Report highlights how this is driving change in the way the funding agency
30 pm Television New Zealand has unveiled its exciting primetime plans for New Zealand's most watched channels in 2014. Head of Television, Jeff Latch, says: "There's so much to love about our 2014 line-up. TV ONE and TV2 have a sensational new slate
20 pm MediaWorks TV tonight unveiled a line-up of bold, exciting local programming for 2014, sitting alongside a stellar line-up of international content. Hilary Barry and Jeremy Corbett that also celebrated a hugely successful 2013 for the network.
will eventually end up in bankruptcy, or selling off its parts as scrap...The plan at AOL is to milk the declining cash flow from dial-up subscribers to invest in Internet brands and content, which can be monetized via advertising. In particular, the
Madrid e.tv plans to roll out four additional free-to-air TV channels from October as part of the broadcaster's transition to digital terrestrial television (DTT), exactly 15 years after the commercial free-to-air broadcaster started in South Africa.
We really started less than four years ago to try to build a sector. Yes, there were little nuggets but we tried to let people understand that this is a sector that creates jobs and they could earn a good income from it," said Vogelesang of the
Solairedirect Energy is a unit of Paris-based Solairedirect Group. The solar park, located near Phalodi in Rajasthan, was commissioned on February 24, 2013, in accordance with the schedules agreed with the Indian authorities and will generate 9,000
Victor, Professor, University of California San Diego June 2, 2013 4:31 pm The massive political changes within Myanmar in recent years have set the stage for the country to play a pivotal role in Asia's energy future...Striking the right
Penny Stephens Superannuation funds would preference Australian-made goods when they invest in local building projects as part of a ''Buy Australian'' proposal being worked on between powerful Victorian building unions and major industry funds.
President Ernest Bai Koroma has expressed delight over the update of the activities of the African Graduate University (AGU), saying that a government can only be successful if it has a professional civil service; a reason why the Civil Service