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Opinion - New Zealand's journalists will gather tonight to celebrate their craft at the Voyager Media Awards, but it'll only be brief distraction from the major issues faced by the country's…
Opinion - The commercial media world is an increasingly tough business, in case you haven't noticed, writes RNZ chief executive Paul Thompson.
Editorial - RNZ will continue to play the distinct role of the journalist, looking into the darkness and the light and reporting what we see there without fear or favour, writes Paul Thompson.
The Wellington Phoenix's turnaround has been remarkable, writes Paul Thompson.
The Wellington Phoenix kick off their A-League football season on Sunday when they host Adelaide United at Westpac Stadium.
Opinion - Political interference in the running of Tonga's public broadcaster has caught the attention of global media. Here the president of the Public Media Alliance shares his concerns about the…
Sports Call - Ernie Merrick quit graciously this week but the rupture was a long time coming, writes Paul Thompson.
OPINION: RNZ is embarking on a new long-term strategy around high-quality Māori content, te reo Māori and Māori journalism, explains Paul Thompson.
Welcome to the first in a series of short articles to keep Radio New Zealand listeners and viewers informed about the various things we have under way at RNZ.
Survival in a "fourth media age" will be about innovation and collaboration in crafting and distributing quality journalism.
One of the things I have noticed in my 18 months working at Radio New Zealand is that broadcasting policy receives little attention, writes CEO Paul Thompson.