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Top TVNZ exec quits following recruitment review

Daniel Dunkley
Wed, 27 Jul 2022

Top TVNZ exec quits following recruitment review
Former head of news and current affairs Paul Yurisich (Image: TVNZ).
Daniel Dunkley
Wed, 27 Jul 2022
TVNZ head of news and current affairs Paul Yurisich has resigned following an independent review into the station's recruitment policies prompted by the abrupt departure of Breakfast presenter Kamahl Santamaria. Yurisich stepped down after a report led by senior lawyer Margaret Robins found inadequacies in the state-backed broadcaster’s hiring policies, processes, and practices.The review came after Santamaria quit his high-profile role as the anchor of TVNZ’s morning show after just one month. Subsequent reports have emerg...

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