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Power steering TVNZ through macro-economic thicket

Results tight but post-merger direction of travel set for broadcaster aiming to host a globally competitive streaming platform.

TVNZ CEO Simon Power speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Fri, 24 Feb 2023

A confluence of factors that looked great on the books of TVNZ at the mid-way point of the last financial year have disappeared at the 2023 half year, leaving denuded profit and revenue at the state broadcaster.

And TVNZ said economic headwinds might put further pressure yet on those figures.

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