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Executive Producer Joins Holmes At Prime

3 November 2004

Executive Producer Joins Holmes At Prime

Executive Producer, Pip Keane, today announced her resignation from TVNZ to join Prime Television.

Chris Taylor, CEO of Prime Television said he was delighted that an Executive Producer of current affairs, with Pip’s talent and experience, would be co-producing Prime’s flagship 7pm show next year, hosted by Paul Holmes.

“We are thrilled that Pip has decided to join us here at Prime, where we are committed to building an outstanding team both on-air and off-air, to give this new programme the backing it deserves,” he said.

Pip Keane has been the Executive Producer of the Holmes programme for two-and-a-half years, and her departure follows closely behind that of New Zealand’s leading broadcaster, Paul Holmes.


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