RNZ Welcomes Investment in Public Media – Radio NZ

By   /   May 18, 2018  /   1 Comment

RNZ welcomes the injection of $15m to the public media sector in Budget 2018, says chief executive Paul Thompson.

“This is good news and signals the Government’s commitment to investing in a stronger, multimedia RNZ that provides freely-available, high-quality journalism and programming.”

“While we have yet to receive detail of RNZ’s share of the funding we are preparing our plans to ensure the public benefit from any increase.

“RNZ is the nation’s commercial-free public broadcaster and we will play a growing role in ensuring New Zealand is a connected and informed democracy.”

“We are also encouraged by the indication that further funding will be allocated in future budgets for full implementation of the Government’s public media policy.”

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1 Comment

  1. CLEANGREEN says:

    UH – WHAT ABOUT ‘NO SHOW’ CLARE CURRAN’S PROMISED “RNZ PLUS” TV CHANNEL WITH COMMERCIAL FREE STRONG “INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM????????????

    WHAT A LET-DOWN.

    WE STILL HAVE NO “PROMISED VOICE” UNDER THIS GOVERNMENT.