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NZ On Air pleased to announce support for Media 3


Media Release from NZ On Air

Thursday 14th June 2012
NZ On Air pleased to announce support for Media 3
NZ On Air is pleased to announce funding for Media 3 (formerly Media 7).

The Top Shelf-produced programme examining local media will move to TV3 on Saturday mornings in August with an encore screening late on Sunday evenings. It will also be available on-demand at tv3.co.nz.

“We are thrilled to support this excellent programme” says NZ On Air Chief Executive Jane Wrightson. “Host Russell Brown and the team already enjoy a dedicated following and we are delighted that TV3 has chosen to extend their schedules even further by adding this series”.

"We are really pleased to be adding Media 3 to the TV3 line-up," says MediaWorks TV Acting Director of Programming Mark Caulton. "It is an ideal addition to the thought-provoking programming we have developed for our weekend schedule, such as The Nation, Three60 and Think Tank."

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