3 News is shrugging off criticism for its weather presenter’s regular use of Te Reo Māori.
MediaWorks is delighted to announce Hilary Barry and Perlina Lau will be brightening up mornings on the ground-breaking Paul Henry show. Award-winning 3News and RadioLIVE presenter Hilary will be the news anchor in a four-strong presenting line up that includes newcomer Perlina Lau as social media presenter.
One of 2015’s most highly anticipated programmes, Paul Henry is a new breakfast show broadcast on RadioLIVE and TV3, with a major digital and social media presence.
Hilary will continue to present the 3News bulletin with Mike McRoberts, broadcast 6-7pm weekdays on TV3 and RadioLIVE. Continue reading »
David Farrier posted this tweet last night:
excited that sam hayes & i get to bring you the 10.30pm slot on tv3 this year. 10.30pm my favourite time, even better than 10.32pm
— David Farrier (@davidfarrier) February 4, 2015
There has been regular commentary here on Throng about the inconsistent start times with The Paul Henry Show in the latter half of 2014 which may have been the reason behind the falling ratings. Continue reading »
Presumably they they will bring back a refreshed Nightline which TV3 have said would sit in reserve for future years.
Whether or not they stick with the current format of The Paul Henry Show, could Ali Mau or Mike Puru be a possibility? Both have filled in for Paul during the year. Or perhaps they’ll keep Janika ter Allen in the late night slot to present the news solo. We probably can’t rule out Sacha McNeil getting the job again either, especially with the new show replacing Firstline.
And what does this mean for Marcus Lush who currently hosts RadioLIVE’s breakfast show? Maybe this will see him move back to TV (Newsnight, anyone?)
Paul Henry was big news on twitter yesterday with many I’m sure wondering the same as this guy:
Does Paul Henry have naked pics of his boss or something?
— Conan Richards (@conanrichards) October 13, 2014
MediaWorks TV is delighted to confirm that Kanoa Lloyd will join Ingrid Hipkiss and Emma Brannam in the 3News weather presenting team.
Lloyd joins TV3 from the Mai FM breakfast show. Her previous roles include presenting FOUR Live.
Lloyd will work fulltime in news; but her main responsibility will be presenting weekend weather, replacing Josh Heslop who is heading overseas. Continue reading »
New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters has seen his personal popularity reach a three-year high in the final 3News/Reid Research poll ahead of Election Day.
The veteran politician is the preferred Prime Minister for 9.1 per cent of those quizzed for the poll. That’s up from 7.9 per cent a week ago, and puts Peters just behind Labour leader David Cunliffe, whose personal popularity remains unchanged at 12.3 per cent.
The same survey taken just before the 2011 election had Peters on just 3.8 per cent. Continue reading »
John Key’s personal popularity appears to have weathered the worst of the Dirty Politics storm, according to tonight’s 3News-Reid Research poll.
The National Party leader’s standing has gone up nearly four points in the past week, with 45 per cent of those polled naming him as their preferred Prime Minister.
But 3News Political Editor Patrick Gower says other numbers in tonight’s poll may not be such good reading for Key. Continue reading »
3 News has launched its new weekly online series Let’s Get Political.
Presented by political reporter and press gallery member Tova O’Brien, the programme aims to educate and entertain an audience who haven’t yet engaged fully with New Zealand politics.
The show’s producer, Dan Lake says he wants the show to get more people involved in political discussion. Continue reading »
A unique collaboration between Government, a television production company and TV3 will see a different type of story go to air on 3 News next week.
Great War Stories, a series of mini-documentaries that focus on WWI, will begin screening on Monday 4 August, the date Britain declared war on Germany 100 years ago.
In a first for 3 News, Great War Stories will run during the 6pm bulletin and will be narrated by Hilary Barry, whose great-grandfather fought at Passchendaele.
The series looks at the personal stories of New Zealanders like air ace Keith Caldwell and his extraordinary escapes; the cruel treatment of Mark Briggs, one of 14 conscientious objectors who were sent overseas and to the front line; and the fate of New Zealand’s 10,000 war horses. Continue reading »
3 News is gearing up to provide comprehensive coverage of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games across its portfolio of news and current affairs programmes.
Reporter Michelle Pickles will lead a seven-strong team based in Glasgow, supported by an around-the-clock operation in the Auckland newsroom, providing Kiwis the most up-to-date information.
Director of News and Current Affairs Mark Jennings says TV3’s team has the experience and passion to provide unmatched news coverage of the Commonwealth Games. Continue reading »