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Morning Report Live From Washington


Morning Report Live From Washington

In what is believed to be a first for radio broadcasting in New Zealand, Radio New Zealand’s flagship news programme, Morning Report, will be broadcast live from both Washington and Wellington between October 30th and November 6th

Morning Report presenter Geoff Robinson will be based in a Washington studio, providing coverage of the last week of the United States Presidential election. At the same time Morning Report co-presenter, Sean Plunket, will cover the last week of the New Zealand election from Wellington.

It is believed that this is the first time that a New Zealand radio news programme has covered two pivotal elections by linking co-hosting presenters in political capitals almost 12,000 kilometres apart.

Morning Report is Radio New Zealand’s top rating news programme. The latest published audience data from Nielsen Media research shows the programme reaches an audience of 385,000 New Zealand listeners on average in a week. It is also accessed by international audiences as a live stream broadcast, audio on demand file, or podcast, through the award winning Radio New Zealand website www.radionz.co.nz


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