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Fairfax Chooses ONE News for Online Video Content

Fairfax Chooses ONE News for Online Video Content

Two of New Zealand's biggest names in media have joined forces in a new online deal.

Fairfax Media and TVNZ have signed an agreement for a video supply from ONE News, replacing the service previously provided by 3 News.

TVNZ will provide Fairfax online media with video clips from stories broadcast within ASB Business and the Breakfast, Midday and 6pm News bulletins. There's also provision for clips from breaking news, weather reports and Sports News.

Fairfax Chief Executive Joan Withers says the contract with TVNZ creates a media partnership of particular strength.

"Fairfax is New Zealand's biggest media company with superior strength in text-based content. TVNZ is the country's largest broadcaster with the greatest depth and range in visual content, so this partnership is a great match."

TVNZ Chief Executive Rick Ellis says the Fairfax deal is a prime example of TVNZ's company strategy in action.

"Carefully chosen partnerships are the way for us to achieve our primary goal of having our content available on every platform and every screen, whenever New Zealanders want to see it", he says.

"ONE News is already the most-watched bulletin in the country, and we see this partnership as recognition of the tremendous expertise and resource we have in our newsroom at TVNZ".

TVNZ content will appear on Fairfax online media site www.stuff.co.nz from 1st July.

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