by Colin Peacock — 4.4.2021
The government appointed experts this week to oversee a business case which could be a blueprint for a new public media entity to replace TVNZ and RNZ – but the public won’t see it before the government decides the issue later this year. Why are RNZ’s top brass backing an idea about which so little is clear?
The government’s plan moved a step forward this week when seven media people were appointed to oversee and scrutinise a business case which the Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media Minister Kris Faafoi wants on his desk by mid-year.
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