Media execs voice unease over new public media entity

Media execs voice unease over new public media entity
Stephen Knightly, a board member of the NZ Game Developers Association. (Image: NZME/Dean Purcell)
Daniel Dunkley
The select committee considering the Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media Bill has heard from publishers, broadcasters, children’s advocates and the screen industry, as concerns mount over the shape of the new public media entity.In a public select committee hearing on Thursday morning, a diverse range of voices from across the media sector expressed unease at the current form of the bill to create Aotearoa NZ Public Media (ANZPM), the planned new parent group for TVNZ and RNZ.Journalists and broadcasters fear impactRepresenting Koi Tū: The...

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