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TVNZ Concludes Negotiations With Judy Bailey

14 December 04

TVNZ Concludes Negotiations With Judy Bailey

TVNZ is pleased to confirm that it has concluded negotiations with Judy Bailey, who will continue to present One News at 6 going forward.

TVNZ will not comment on speculation relating to Ms Bailey's terms and conditions, as these are confidential.

However, TVNZ Chairman, Craig Boyce, and Chief Executive, Ian Fraser, said today TVNZ has taken a commercial decision based on the commercial facts of life in an increasingly aggressive, competitive marketplace.

They said they were both "delighted that someone who is regarded by TVNZ and the New Zealand public as an enormously popular and credible figure has renewed her commitment to the Nation's premiere news bulletin".


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