Chair John Anderson sees growth in NZME.'s digital offerings ahead of listing

Thu, 09 Oct 2014

By Suze Metherell Oct. 10 (BusinessDesk) - Veteran company director John Anderson sees future growth in the digital offerings of NZME., the New Zealand media operations of Australia's APN News & Media, after being appointed chairman ahead of the company's planned listing on the NZX this year. Anderson has been appointed "chairman designate" for a new company which will own the recently rebranded NZME., which bundled The New Zealand Herald, The Radio Network and GrabOne under one banner, and ultimately take the company public. Sydney-based...

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