TVNZ is planning to shut down youth channel TVNZ U, which failed to become a going concern. The vacated frequency will be used to screen TV2 programmes an hour after they appear on the main channel
A prominent TV editor in Fiji has been forced to quit after he complained on air that the daughter of the country’s dictator was playing music too loud. Fiji TV said today sports editor Satish Narayan has resigned after an incident this year when he was reporting on high school athletics in Suva.
TV3’s weatherman Mike Hall is leaving his presenting role in the 3 News 6pm bulletin after seven years. He will be replaced by Ingrid Hipkiss, MediaWorks announced today
Footage from an airline safety video featuring adventurer Bear Grylls on Fiordland’s Routeburn Track has been released.
The tip-off, says an American counterintelligence official, came from information collected over many months suggesting that the Warsaw Pact countries possessed “bits and pieces” of top-secret NATO wartime contingency plans.
So what took al-Qaeda so long to replace Osama bin Laden?
The troubled relations between Washington and Islamabad are undergoing further strain.
David Headley is not on trial in Chicago’s Everett McKinley Dirksen federal courthouse. But he is the star of the proceedings, the chief witness against a man who was once his friend.
Osama bin Laden’s final night began with a group of four helicopters slicing through the night skies over Pakistan, making their way toward Islamabad from a U.S. base in northern Afghanistan
After exactly three months in office, President Obama called a Cabinet meeting to announce his first push for federal belt tightening. His chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, had dubbed this initiative “the Dave project,” after the movie in which the eponymous presidential body double invites his accountant to the White House to slice waste out of the budget.