by Colin Peacock — 31.3.2021
The government has appointed eight people to oversee a business case for a new public media entity to replace state owned TVNZ and RNZ. The Minister of Broadcasting and Media Kris Faafoi says he plans to present the business case – due to be completed by mid-year – to Cabinet for approval by the end of the year.
The business case will consider what a new public media entity would cost to develop, implement and operate – and how it would “collaborate with and complement the work of private media”.
The business case for Strong Public Media is expected to be completed around the middle of the year – a tight timeframe.
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