Remotes are being replaced by the mouse as Kiwis increasingly take control of their televisions. More people are turning to on-demand television as they increasingly want to decide when and where they watch their favourite shows
What do you do when you hang up your boots after 22 years spent playing for the world’s greatest football teams If you are David Beckham you join forces with three friends for a motorbike trip into the heart of the Amazon rainforest.
On the release of his album marking the 30th anniversary of his solo career, Vicki Anderson talks to Jimmy Barnes about singing with Shihad and his life as a granddad.
Gossip Girl star and new lifestyle blogger Blake Lively has had a terrifying encounter with a swarm of bees.
Joan Rivers is resting comfortably in hospital with family by her side, says the comedian’s daughter.
Prince Harry is once again off the market.
Television viewers are likely to need to sign in with a username and password to watch TVNZ OnDemand and One News online from later this year. Chief executive Kevin Kenrick said the registration requirement would let Television New Zealand provide a more “personalised” service for viewers, but acknowledged it could also be a money-spinner.
Kimbra will be returning home to play a show in Auckland this November.
Twitter Q&As always seem like a such good idea on a whiteboard at a marketing meeting. Italian-American tweenie pop princess Ariana Grande is the latest celebrity to cop a roasting during a Twitter Q&A, which trended worldwide on the social media network on Friday morning (NZ time).
Over at Vox, my friend Todd VanDerWerff has