ANZPM: what happens next?

ANZPM: what happens next?
Time is getting short for the media merger's enabling legislation. (Image: TVNZ)
Daniel Dunkley
Time is quickly running out for the architects of Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media. The select committee overseeing legislation to combine Radio NZ and TVNZ under a single public broadcasting group must report back to parliament by Jan 26, yet just weeks out from Christmas and next month’s deadline, a long to-do list remains.With the select committee unlikely to report back this side of Christmas, there are still a number of unanswered questions. Who will take the top jobs at the new broadcast entity? Is there enough time to pass th...

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