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Prime News - First at 5:30 Re-broadcast

Prime News - First at 5:30 Re-broadcast

Due to the continued growth and success of Prime News First at 5:30, Prime Television today announced that it will re-broadcast the live 5:30 News bulletin at 7pm. Hosted by Suzy Aiken, the re-broadcast will air Monday to Friday, commencing on September 27 and running through October.

In announcing the service, Prime Television CEO Chris Taylor said, “We are delighted with the success of the First at 5:30 News bulletin and are committed to it becoming entrenched in the New Zealand Television Landscape. This move represents a good marketing opportunity for Prime to expose our service to those who have not yet had the opportunity to sample a product we are very proud of.”

Prime Television’s reformatted ‘Price is right Super showcase’ will move back half an hour to air from 6pm – 7pm.


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