Juice TV

ZM20onJuiceTVThe Radio Network (TRN) announced yesterday that its hit music station ZM will be airing a television show – ZM20 – on music television channel Juice TV (SKY Channel 112) starting immediately.

The show will air between 4pm – 6pm weekdays and is launching in the same week as rival MediaWorks channel The Edge TV. Nowadays, with radio spreading across all kinds of media, on air personalities can’t just have ‘a face for radio’ as they are now featured online, across social media and on TV. Continue reading »

BondiHipstersThe Australian pair behind the entertaining ‘Beached Az’ clip are bringing their 37-part YouTube series to Juice TV.

Juice TV will air the Bondi Hipsters (Christiaan Van Vuuren and Nick Boshier) series, which has racked up over 6 million views on YouTube.

Being touted as Australia’s most successful and longest running comedy web series to date, the comic pair rose to online fame with their first song ‘The Life Organic’. The song went “viral” in mid 2012, which spurred a huge online audience – over 6 million views on YouTube!

Now Juice TV has picked up the exclusive screening rights to the show in New Zealand. Continue reading »

Juice TV is giving fans of UK boyband One Direction a chance to meet and interview the group when they visit New Zealand soon.

The channel is asking for videos of a pretend interview with the five-piece group where you tell them why it’s “gotta be you” who wins as well as one thing you wouldn’t do when you meet them.

Entries will be judges on how good your questions are, how well you ask them, creativity and by how many people ‘like’ your video on Facebook.

If you fancy interviewing One Direction, post your videos on the Juice TV wall on Facebook.

The Grabaseat Juice TV Awards were announced last night, with the music channel celebrating the best that Kiwi music has to offer in 2010.

The awards were broadcast live on Juice TV from the Juice Bar in Windsor Castle, Parnell but are being replayed today and Friday if you missed it.

The list of winners are below.

Dickies Best Hip Hop Video

J Williams feat Scribe – You Got Me


McKenna Break Thru Video

Ivy lies – Addicted


Real Groove Best Electronic Video

Kids of 88 – Just A Little


The Quadrant Best Group Video

Midnight Youth – Cavalry


Guitar Hero Best Rock Video

Shotgun Alley – Look At Me Now


Music Works Best Metal Video

In Dread Response – Cannons At Dawn


Sunday News Best Solo Video

Dane Rumble – Cruel


Juice TV Best Indie Video

Crescendo Mafia – I Told You So


Steinlager Pure Best Roots Video

Fat Freddy’s Drop – Pull The Catch


Samsung Innovation Award

J Williams feat Scribe – You Got Me


Grabaseat Video of the Year

Dukes – Vampires


Juice TV is looking for the next big thing…get onto http://www.juicetv.com to find out how to get your face on the tele!

Blogger stacey1122 prefers Juice TV to C4 and makes a couple of interesting comments:

c4 select live finished on december 22nd 2006 and is not starting up again until january 29th which i think is far too long.

Will these two music tv channels last the distance because most new zealanders are getting broadband connections and now they can go to any artist’s site and watch their music videos online, so what’s the point of watching them on tv?

vodafone sponsor [C4’s] select live music show, yet when vodafone launches its live mobile television service this year, c4 isn’t going to be screened live on it which is very weird because mtv, which is a competitor to c4, is going to be screening on vodafone live.

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I am loving Juice at the moment. I flick it on before I go to school, during the night and even when the whanau is eating dinner – its like ad free radio without any annoying DJs!


Juice TV Awards

Juice TV Award Winners:

  • Best Electronic Video: Minuit / Suave As Sin
  • Best Breakthru Video The Tutts / K
  • Best Roots Video The Black Seeds / Sometimes Enough
  • Best Hip Hop Video King Kapisi / Lollipop
  • Best Rock Video Goodnight Nurse / Death Goes To Disco
  • Best Group Video Stellar* / Whiplash
  • Best Solo Video Don McGlashan / Miracle Sun
  • Best Indie Video Odessa / Promises
  • Video of the Year Sarah Brown / Hands

The atmosphere was electric, the guests were well dressed and Jim Beam long blacks went down a treat at the Juice TV Awards 2006! Now in its sixth year the awards were broadcast live to air at Auckland’s St Matthew-in-the-City from 6pm till late.

Awards goers were treated to on stage performances by a diverse line up of New Zealand’s top artists including the feel good sounds of Billy TK Junior, The Tutts, our young South Auckland heart stopper Tyree, Stylus, Gasoline Cowboy, rock favourites Opshop and Auto Zamm, and crowd pleasers on the night PNC!

Appearances were also made by Aaradhna, The Feelers, One Million Dollars, Carly Binding, The Bleeders, Blindspott, Deja Voodoo, new comers Spacifix and many more.

This year the public voted for eight award categories including genres for Best Electronic Video, Best Hip Hop Video, Best Indie Video, Best Roots Video and Best Rock Video. The additional three awards were made up by Best Group Video, Best Solo Video and Best Breakthrough Video.

The last and final award on the night, AppleVideo of the Year was this year voted on by a panel of music industry experts and went to Marlborough singer songwriter Sarah Brown & Director Kezia Barnett. Her cleverly stylized 1920’s puppet-like clip fused a renaissance richness with a modern day dark twist.

“To be recognized with this prestigious award has completely blown me away. Full credit has to go to Kezia Barnett from the Sweetshop for adding the visual dimension to my lyrics and music. Kezia exceeded our expectations by creating a mood and tone which is a cross between Italian Renaissance and a Man Ray photograph,” she says.

The Apple Video of the Year winner Kezia Barnett received an Apple iMac 24″ Computer & Sarah Brown received an iPod nano.