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CEO Kevin Kenrick to leave TVNZ

Staff reporters
Fri, 03 Sep 2021

The TVNZ board has thanked Kevin Kenrick for his leadership. (Image: TVNZ)
Staff reporters
Fri, 03 Sep 2021
TVNZ has announced that chief executive Kevin Kenrick will step down from the top job in February next year after nine years in the role.The state-backed, commercially-funded broadcaster will begin the search for a replacement shortly, with Kenrick to remain in his position for the next six months.The CEO’s departure comes amid a Government review into a potential merger of TVNZ with Radio New Zealand. Ministers are exploring a proposal to combine the two state-backed media groups into a single media agency. The announcement comes ju...

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