New Zealand is moving into the digital age with analogue television likely to be phased out by 2012, a report commissioned by NZ On Air has found.
Wellington, Aug 25 NZPA - New Zealand's athletes were not the only ones to benefit from the 2008 Olympics Games.
Satellite communications problems blacked out Sky TV and Freeview coverage of American Michael Phelps beating New Zealand's Moss Burmester in the 200m butterfly final at the Beijing Olympics today, TV
Wellington, Aug 9 NZPA - Armchair fans were awarding TVNZ no medals on the first day of the Beijing Olympics, judging by comments posted on the broadcaster's website today.
High definition technology is on a TV screen near you, but some people are still confused about the difference between Freeview Digital TV and High Definition TV.
Wellington, July 7 NZPA - Television New Zealand should be released from its charter obligations and have to compete for the associated funding with all other broadcasters, National Party broadcasting
By Greg Tourelle of NZPA
Wellington, April 1 NZPA - Welcome to the new digital, high-definition age of free-to-air television.
Wellington, Nov 29 NZPA - The Government will set a date to switch off the existing analogue television service by 2012, but the actual phase-out may not occur until several years later.
Wellington, Oct 8 NZPA - The full, unedited proceedings of Parliament would be able to be viewed on Freeview 22 and Sky Channel 94 from tomorrow, Speaker Margaret Wilson said today.
Wellington, Oct 3 NZPA - Broadcasting Minister Steve Maharey today launched Triangle Stratos, the first regional television channel to become a national digital free-to-air channel on Freeview.