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Frenemies John Fellet (Sky TV), Michael Anderson (MediaWorks) and Kevin Kenrick (TVNZ) are practicing a spot of 'coopetition.'

Frenemies join forces to talk up telly

Wed 4 Apr 2

ThinkTV sets up shop to stem the online onslaught – aka “marketing’s answer to carb-loading.”

MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares drop, A2 falls on Nestle competition, Fletcher sinks while Sky TV bounces

Thu 29 Mar

New Zealand shares fell on the last trading day of the quarter, led lower by A2 Milk Co on continued selling due to increased competition and further selling of Fletcher Building.

Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran says "TVNZ funds its own content."

Curran: TVNZ has not asked for World Cup cash

Thu 29 Mar 2

TVNZ has not asked the government for funding for a broadcast rights bid.

The All Blacks after winning the Webb Ellis Cup in 2015. (Photo: Tinaz Karbhari)

Sky TV: We've missed out on Rugby World Cup 2019 rights

Wed 28 Mar 25

John Fellet tells NBR Radio that Sky's "rugby rights" are really a series of 10 contracts. UPDATE: Sky shares fall sharply amid "panic selling"; why losing the World Cup is not the end of the world for Sky.

John Fellet says the board wants him to stay on as a director after he resigns as CEO.

NZSA raises red flag over Fellet plan to stay on Sky TV board

Wed 28 Mar 7

Sky TV boss’ decision to stay on as a director after stepping down as CEO draws harsh criticism from the Shareholders' Association, analysts. Plus: Low-cost Sky TV puck will embrace Netflix.


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