Freeview’s status as the nation’s preferred way to connect with and consume digital television took a big leap as New Zealand made the final transition to Digital only Television broadcasting.
The latest Nielson CMI Q4 2013 survey shows a total of 61.7 per cent of all New Zealand households, with at least one TV, are now using one or more Freeview devices – an increase of 8.2 per cent from the beginning of 2013 and means that 8 of 10 households that were still to go digital chose Freeview during the digital switchover (DSO). Continue reading »
- One News: 643,630 (TV ONE, 6:00pm – 7:00pm)
- Shortland Street: 459,730 (TV2, 7:00pm – 7:30pm)
- Seven Sharp: 429,630 (TV ONE, 7:00pm – 7:30pm)
- Nabbed: 424,400 (TV2, 7:30pm – 8:00pm)
- Neighbours At War: 396,740 (TV2, 8:00pm – 8:30pm)
TVNZ has launched a new ondemand service called Firsts. It’s a step in the right direction, providing viewers with access to shows prior to them being broadcast in New Zealand. The service provides shows categorised into either “Fast”, where shows are available for viewing 2 days after they’ve screened overseas or “First” where episodes are available for viewing prior to being scheduled for broadcast.
Another pilot shelved due to casting difficulties
You would think that Hollywood wouldn’t have a shortage of actors wanting work but NBC’s The Money Pit is the lasted recently commissioned series that has been shelved due to “difficulty casting the leads”. This is the second series to be shelved for this reason after NBC’s The Fifth Wheel.
SAG announce 2015 Awards date Continue reading »
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Nate’s metamorphosis into a semi-decent guy lasted all of 15 minutes. Continue reading »
What do make of these promo’s for the upcoming new series Fargo?
TV3 finally fixed the streaming of Friday nights episode of The Paul Henry Show so I can now show you this little blooper.
Yet another trailer for the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. Any guesses as to how many more of these we will see before the show eventually airs on April 6th?
On the night when Jesse Mulligan was absent due to his nuptials, Seven Sharp has hit a new high for 2014. The average audience for the first episode of the week was 452,000 viewers, a figure that the show hasn’t enjoyed since the 16th of September last year.
What is interesting about this new high is that other than the debut night in 2013, the 7pm current affairs program didn’t reach this milestone until the start of June. Continue reading »