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Minister still keen on RNZ television

Clare Curran promises to rectify public broadcasting deficit. Watch Grant Walker's interview with the minister.

Brent Edwards
Fri, 02 Mar 2018

Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran is not giving up on the idea of turning RNZ into a television station even though the public broadcaster is not interested.

Ms Curran intends boosting RNZ’s funding by as much as $38 million a year, with the details to be announced in the Budget 2018 in

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Brent Edwards
Fri, 02 Mar 2018
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