NZME chief executive Michael Boggs says most of the Herald’s content would not be behind the paywall.

NZME earnings ‘pressured’

Fri 22 Jun 7

Media group’s chief executive points to “significant” future paywall revenue.  

First NZ Capital analyst Arie Dekker wrote NZME should be valued more highly than Fairfax.

StuffMe to renegotiate terms if appeal is successful

Tue 6 Mar

The proposed renegotiation comes after ASX-listed Fairfax reported a 27% drop in earnings to $A18.9 million, and the sale or closure of 35% of its print publications.

NZME and Fairfax’s appeal: Will they win? Part III

Tue 13 Feb

The final part of a three-part Q&A series examining the merger that refuses to die.

Facebook and Google are news collators, not producers.

NZME and Fairfax’s appeal: will they win? Part II


Part two of a three-part Q&A series examining the merger that refuses to die asks: isn't online competition enough?

Stuff chief executive Sinead Boucher's appointment was itself touted as a rebrand.

Rebranding as serial offending


Opinion: Digital-first as a marketing strategy for a company bulging with traditional media seems to be rather faddishly missing the point.

Anderson Creagh Lai lawyer Andy Glenie says "It’s very common for lawyers in this kind of case to run a whole bunch of fallback arguments."

'StuffMe' merger appeal just delaying the inevitable

Mon 5 Feb 5

Although there may be some strategic benefit in drawing out the process, competition expert hasn't "seen anything new from applicants to persuade" him. 


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