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OPINION: This week I finished working on the TV show Jono and Ben. Many of you will read that and not care.
OPINION: I've always been curious why cable channels like Animal Planet or Nat Geo Wild have yet to fully exploit a certain niche.
Comedians are known for pushing boundaries. But would you ever poke fun at your employer? What if you worked for a billion-dollar company that you joined just a few weeks ago?
OPINION: What do Maui's dolphin, the knobbled weevil, Chesterfield skink and free-to-air TV drama have in common?
After 30 years in broadcasting, MÄori affairs reporter Tini Molyneaux is to receive the Television Legend award at this year's NZ Television Awards.
Radio Live host Mitch Harris has hit out at his bosses on air, following news the station will be closed.
Some six weeks after Kanye West made pro-Trump comments on Saturday Night Live and in the Oval Office, his wife, reality star Kim Kardashian says that the rapper was drawn more to the president's bold personality than his politics.
Elton John's latest project, an advertisement for UK department store John Lewis, is playing heart-strings as well as he plays the piano.
The governor of the US state of Kentucky, Matt Bevin, is forthright about what he believes are the root causes of mass shootings.
A picture that was promoted as being of pop superstar Taylor Swift riding an electric scooter on Auckland's Tamaki Drive, was a prank by TV hosts Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce.
Come through hennys, sissy that walk, and get ready to serve face because the closest thing New Zealand will ever get to the masterpiece that is RuPaul's Drag Race is finally here - House Of Drag.
RadioLIVE stars including Mark Sainsbury face losing their jobs with news that Radio LIVE is to fold.