Tonight will be the last time popular weather presenter Toni Marsh graces our screens with her colleagues Mike McRoberts, Hilary Barry, Hamish McKay and John Campbell. more
MediaWorks TV (TV3 & C4) has appointed Linda Farrelly as its new Director of Sales. more
3 News has been providing comprehensive coverage of the earthquake in Christchurch to New Zealand and worldwide television audiences. more
MediaWorks has appointed its current TV Engineering Manager, Roger Randle, to the group role of Director of Technology. more
TV3’s Modern Family proved the big television winner at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards today, after scooping three golden statuettes. more
Kate Rodger’s new film show Reel Late With Kate has shown a staggering 80% share increase since it launched in July. more
Continuing to dominate the Auckland market, 3 News also maintains its lead year on year in the 18-49 Auckland Urban demographic. more
TV3 & C4’s next generation Video on Demand Service has more than tripled the number of shows streamed since its launch in May and doubled its audience base – and continues to grow steadily. more
TV3's weekend current affairs show "The Nation" has a new presenter.
Sean Plunket, the host of Radio New Zealand's Morning Report, will join the programme on August 7. more
The final series of 3’s most popular drama Outrageous Fortune, launched on 3 last night, drawing a record number of viewers and the highest overall ratings ever for the series.
In 3’s key demographic of 18-49 the show got a 23.7 rating equating to a whopping 45.9% share – easily winning its timeslot, watched by over 447,000 people. more
Today's announcement of the 62nd Primetime Emmy® Award nominations further reinforce TV3 and C4's commitment to screening the best the world has to offer in terms of quality television entertainment. more
Stephen Parker, presenter of TV3’s weekend current affairs show ‘The Nation’, has decided to step down from the programme. more
Look out New Zealand. The world’s biggest entertainment program is on the way! A local version of global phenomenon, The X Factor is coming to TV3. more
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The nationwide search for contestants in TV3’s highly anticipated second series of New Zealand’s Next Top Model has now ended. Hundreds of girls throughout the country flocked to audition venues in the hope of becoming New Zealand’s Next Top Model. more
Colin Caldwell, MediaWorks TV Director of Sales, has announced he is leaving his role to set up an independent business consultancy. more
TV3 and C4 viewers can now enjoy a new and improved On Demand service which will increase offerings of key premium international and local shows.
Fans of TV3 favourites including GLEE, Americas Next Top Model, NCIS LA, Modern Family, Underbelly and Bones will now be able to view online immediately after their free to air broadcast. more
Mike McRoberts is right at the centre of the action in Bangkok and his Twitter feed is a popular thread for New Zealanders, with over 500 people signing up to follow him yesterday. more
3 News maintains its stronghold over the 18-49 demographic beating One News yet again with a 32.2% share compared to their 28%.
MediaWorks TV has confirmed that it will launch an alternative digital music channel C42 on May 1st to play exclusively on Channel 9 of the Freeview platform.
The Edge has the most listeners in New Zealand commercial radio. The results from the latest Research International audience survey were released earlier today and showed The Edge is out on top with 437,800 people tuning in every week, well ahead of nearest competitor ZM by over 30,000 listeners.* more
TV3’s early morning news shows ASB Business and Sunrise have come to an end.
The morning news shows launched two and a half years ago, and despite helping grow the total early morning television audience, the cost of producing these programmes has proven to be unsustainable - particularly in the current economic environment.
3 News is outrating One News in its own target audience of 25-54 year olds nationally. For the month of March, 3 News recorded a 31.3% share, compared with One News’ 27.5% share, down a whopping 23.0% compared to their 35.6% share this time last year.
MediaWorks is again proudly lending support to Earth Hour, and encouraging Kiwis to get in behind this worldwide initiative to combat global warming.
As the first time zone in the world to celebrate Earth Hour, New Zealanders are urged to switch off the lights on Saturday, March 27 between 8.30pm and 9.30pm and be the first in the world to show commitment to fighting climate change. more
Outspoken ex-Green MP Nandor Tanczos joins the team of TV3 bloggers to write weekly for 3news.co.nz on environmental and ecological issues.
Campbell Live has had another excellent ratings week, winning both the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics against Close Up.
More New Zealanders turned to Campbell Live than rival Close Up during the month of February, showing that TV3 is where they prefer to be at 7pm.
MediaWorks NZ Limited today announced a new management structure. Sussan Turner, the CEO of MediaWorks Radio, is appointed to the position of Group Managing Director, assuming control of the Group which includes TV3, C4, ten radio networks and brands and the Company’s VOD and on-line business.
TV3 has confirmed that the top rating New Zealand’s Next Top Model series will be returning in 2010.
Sara Tetro, one of New Zealand’s most successful and influential model and celebrity managers, will return as the host of the show and will be joined again on the judging panel by internationally successful model and actor Colin Mathura-Jeffree and top photographer and former model Chris Sisarich.
3 News, Campbell Live and Nightline all had strong nationwide wins against competing shows in the all important 18-49 demographic in January, retaining the competitive lead they held in December.
Campbell Live's comprehensive and exclusive coverage of yesterday's Auckland power cuts resulted in a triumphant return for the programme last night in key Auckland and Metro demographics.
TV3 kept its lead against TV One in 2009 in the 18-49 demographic – again beating them, and C4’s growth puts them substantially ahead of Prime in the 15-39 demographic.
C4 experienced growth year-on-year in primetime, with a dramatic lift across all demographics by both share and audience numbers.
TV3 ended the year in a strong position leading into 2010 with significant year-on-year growth for Sunrise and Nightline and a clear win for 3 News in the all important 18-49 demographic.
MediaWorks Radio today announced LiveSPORT Radio as the new brand name for the sport and racing network formerly known as BSport.