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TV3 Launches New Website

TV3 Launches New Website

TV3 launches its new tv3.co.nz website today, which will complement the recently re-launched 3news.co.nz.

The new tv3.co.nz site will provide users with a flash player enabling progressive download capability. This is designed to improve the viewing experience of on-demand programmes. Viewers will be able to watch content including Outrageous Fortune, Rove and content that will be exclusive to the website.

The new tv3.co.nz will also enable users to comment on TV3 shows and voice their opinions on the forum.

Siobhan McKenna, General Manager of MediaWorks Interactive comments, "This new site is much more user-friendly in its design. We are also continuously adding more of TV3's programming for on-demand viewing, as we're committed to providing users with free access to as much of TV3's content as soon as is possible."

MediaWorks NZ Ltd, the parent company to TV3, is continuing to invest in its online infrastructure to meet the demand from users for its content across 3news.co.nz, tv3.co.nz, decision08.co.nz, theedge.co.nz, radiolive.co.nz and its many other websites.

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