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TVNZ Receives World Class Honours at Awards

27 June, 2006


TVNZ Receives World Class Honours at International Awards

TV2’s ‘the Gethers’ creative output has been awarded three ‘Golds’ at the 2006 BDA World Gold Awards.

The awards, which were last week presented at the 2006 PROMAX & BDA International Conference in New York, are seen as some of the most recognised worldwide awards for Broadcast design.

TVNZ, in conjunction with its creative partner Ink Project, collected ‘World Gold Awards’ for its overall ‘Gethers’ creative package, its 60 second promo and for its on-screen graphics (see below for more details**).

‘The Gethers’ were created by TVNZ and Ink Project last year to make the TV2 kids' more brand fun and dynamic. The branding imagery has been integrated across all of TVNZ’s kids’ offerings, including on and off-air branding, programming content and TVNZ interactive.

“It’s great to see that our efforts to unite TV2’s fantastic kid’s content under one colourful umbrella have been celebrated at an international level,” says Scott Spicer, TV2 Brand Manager.

To find out more about ‘the Gethers’ visit tvnz.co.nz, keyword: gethers

ENDS


**The Awards

Category Creative
Total Package Brand Design - Combined Elements TV2 Gethers Brand
General Entertainment - Art Direction & Design TV2 Gethers 60 second Promotion
General Entertainment - Information Graphics TV2 Gethers Information Menu

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