Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 


Kordia Golf Focus tees off on SKY Sport 4

24 February 2014

Kordia Golf Focus tees off on SKY Sport 4

Telecommunications and broadcast provider Kordia NZ is the naming rights sponsor of Kordia Golf Focus, New Zealand’s flagship golf television series of 2014.

Kordia Golf Focus begins tonight (Mon. Feb 24) at 8.30pm on SKY Sport 4 and runs for 40 weeks with a minimum two repeats every week.

The one hour, studio based show delivers in-depth analysis and highlights from the world’s greatest golf tournaments including USPGA, European Tour, Asian PGA, Champions Tour, the Ladies PGA and New Zealand competitions.

Presented by Brendan Telfer and Phil Tataurangi, Kordia Golf Focus also includes interviews with local players, coaches and administrators.

Kordia director of sales and marketing Drew Gilpin says: “We are proud of the fact that Kordia is helping to bring New Zealanders top tier international content with a local perspective”.

Kordia Golf Focus is produced by Sports Inc, a New Zealand based television production company specialising in sports related programming and content.

About Kordia NZ
Kordia New Zealand is a State Owned Enterprise (SOE) involved in broadcast and telecommunications for more than 60 years. Kordia is dedicated to serving NZ Business and its core services include broadcasting, specialised networks and infrastructure. Kordia has more than 250 highly skilled engineering & field services staff providing services throughout New Zealand.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

Album Review And Rap Beefs: Tame Impala, Currents.

Tame Impala’s new album Currents has one of the hallmarks of an enduring album. At first listen it seems like good, if somewhat ordinary, pop but as you go back more and more layers unravel revealing deeply rich, expertly crafted songs. More>>

Flagging Enthusiasm: Gareth Morgan Announces Winner Of $20k Flag Competition

The winner of the Morgan Foundation’s $20,000 flag competition is “Wā kāinga / Home”, designed by Auckland based Studio Alexander. Economist and philanthropist Gareth Morgan set up the competition because he had strong views on what the flag should represent but he couldn’t draw one himself. More>>

ALSO:

Books: The Lawson Quins Tell Their Incredible Story

They could have been any family of six children – except that five of them were born at once. It will come as a shock to many older New Zealanders to realise that Saturday July 25 is the Lawson quintuplets’ 50th birthday. More>>

Scoop Review Of Books: Wartime Women

Coinciding as it does with the movie Imitation Game which focusses on Alan Turing breaking the Enigma code in Hut 6 at Bletchley Park (“BP”), this book is likely to attract a wide readership. It deserves to do so, as it illustrates that BP was very much more than Turing and his colleagues. More>>

Maori Language Commission: Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori 2015

The theme for Māori Language Week 27 July – 2 August 2015 is ‘Whāngaihia te Reo ki ngā Mātua’ ‘Nurture the language in parents’. It aims to encourage and support every day Māori language use for parents and caregivers with children” says Acting Chief Executive Tuehu Harris.. More>>

ALSO:

Live Music: Earl Sweatshirt Plays To Sold Out Bodega

The hyped sell-out crowd had already packed themselves as close as they could get to the stage before Earl came on. The smell of weed, sweat and beer filled Bodega – more debauched sauna than bar by this point. When he arrived on stage the screaming ... More>>

Get More From Scoop

 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

 
 
 
 
Culture
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news