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Clarification from Prime TV CEO

Clarification from Prime Television Chief Executive Officer

With reports in New Zealand media today and over the weekend regarding TVNZ news presenter Kate Hawkesby, Prime Television Chief Executive Officer Chris Taylor can offer this clarification:

"Following speculation regarding approaches to Kate Hawkesby, I wish to categorically state that neither myself, or indeed anyone from Prime has contacted or met with Kate regarding any position on the Network.

“While I respect the work that Kate does for TVNZ, any speculation regarding such an approach of any description is simply not true. As such, TVNZ have every right to feel supremely confident that Kate will stay-put."

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