New Zealand Media and Entertainment

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New Zealand Media and Entertainment (abbreviated NZME and stylized as NZME.) is a New Zealand newspaper, radio, outdoor advertising and digital media business.wikipedia
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The New Zealand Herald

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NZME brands include flagship national newspaper The New Zealand Herald, regional newspapers Bay of Plenty Times, Rotorua Daily Post and Northern Advocate, deals website GrabOne, and video on-demand service WatchMe.
The New Zealand Herald is a daily newspaper published in Auckland, New Zealand, owned by New Zealand Media and Entertainment.

Here, There & Everywhere (company)

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It was launched in 2014 as the formal merger of the New Zealand division of APN News & Media and The Radio Network, part of the Australian Radio Network.
The company previously had assets in New Zealand (now New Zealand Media and Entertainment), and outdoor advertising (Adshel and APN Outdoor).

Newstalk ZB

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app.
Newstalk ZB is a nationwide New Zealand talk radio network operated by NZME Radio.

Flava (radio station)

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app.
The network is owned by NZME Radio, and is operated and produced from the company's Auckland offices and studios on Graham Street.

Australian Radio Network

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It was launched in 2014 as the formal merger of the New Zealand division of APN News & Media and The Radio Network, part of the Australian Radio Network.
These are now part of the New Zealand Media and Entertainment.

Radio Hauraki

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app. The brands of Auckland's Radio Hauraki and Easy Listening i were retained and launched as nationwide networks, while Hamilton's Easy Listening i, Auckland's The Breeze on 91, Hamilton's The Breeze on 89.8 and the other stations were converted to the former Radio New Zealand brands.
In its modern legal form, Radio Hauraki's head office and main studios are now located at 2 Graham Street in the Auckland CBD, as one of eight stations of NZME Radio.

Coast (radio station)

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app.
The network includes 20 stations in major cities and provincial centres from studios in central Auckland, owned and operated by New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME).

Radio New Zealand

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NZME Radio began as The Radio Network in 1996 when the commercial radio activities of Radio New Zealand were divested by the fourth National government as part of the Ruthanasia free market economic policies of that government.
As part of the process of privatisation carried out by the fourth National government, the government's commercial radio operations were sold to private investors as The Radio Network in 1996 and the government's non-commercial assets (known previously as New Zealand Public Radio) became the current Radio New Zealand Crown entity.

The Hits (radio station)

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app.
Later that year, it came under the ownership of New Zealand Media and Entertainment.

Bay of Plenty Times

NZME brands include flagship national newspaper The New Zealand Herald, regional newspapers Bay of Plenty Times, Rotorua Daily Post and Northern Advocate, deals website GrabOne, and video on-demand service WatchMe.

Fourth National Government of New Zealand

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NZME Radio began as The Radio Network in 1996 when the commercial radio activities of Radio New Zealand were divested by the fourth National government as part of the Ruthanasia free market economic policies of that government.
The same year the commercial arm of Radio New Zealand was sold to Clear Channel forming The Radio Network.

Mix (radio station)

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Auckland station Mix 98.2 was relaunched in 2014, based on stations previously known as Radio i, Easy Listening i, Viva and Easy Mix. The brands of Auckland's Radio Hauraki and Easy Listening i were retained and launched as nationwide networks, while Hamilton's Easy Listening i, Auckland's The Breeze on 91, Hamilton's The Breeze on 89.8 and the other stations were converted to the former Radio New Zealand brands.
Mix is owned and operated by New Zealand Media and Entertainment.

Radio Sport

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app.

ZM (radio station)

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Its radio division operates radio networks Newstalk ZB, The Hits, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Flava, Coast and Mix on radio frequencies around the country and through the iHeartRadio digital listening website and mobile app.
ZM is a New Zealand contemporary hit radio network owned by New Zealand Media and Entertainment.

Hokonui (radio station)

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Privately owned Gore station Hokonui Gold is operated by NZME under a long-term lease contract.
In 2004 the station was leased back to The Radio Network, the successor to Radio New Zealand's commercial operations.

The Breeze (New Zealand radio station)

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The brands of Auckland's Radio Hauraki and Easy Listening i were retained and launched as nationwide networks, while Hamilton's Easy Listening i, Auckland's The Breeze on 91, Hamilton's The Breeze on 89.8 and the other stations were converted to the former Radio New Zealand brands. Original stations of The Breeze in Auckland and Hamilton, 2QQ in Palmerston North and The Planet 97FM in Nelson became ZM.
At the end of 1996, Prospect Limited was sold to The Radio Network, and in 1997 The Radio Network closed down The Breeze in Auckland and Waikato.

The Daily Post (New Zealand)

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NZME brands include flagship national newspaper The New Zealand Herald, regional newspapers Bay of Plenty Times, Rotorua Daily Post and Northern Advocate, deals website GrabOne, and video on-demand service WatchMe.

The Northern Advocate

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NZME brands include flagship national newspaper The New Zealand Herald, regional newspapers Bay of Plenty Times, Rotorua Daily Post and Northern Advocate, deals website GrabOne, and video on-demand service WatchMe.

Implosion of Radio Network House

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Radio Network House in Christchurch was damaged in the February 2011 Christchurch earthquake beyond repair.
The building's naming rights were sold to The Radio Network and it was renamed to Radio Network House during the ownership of Nor West Arch No.4 Ltd. At the time of demolition the logo of Newstalk ZB, a subsidiary of The Radio Network, was displayed on the building.

Whanganui Chronicle

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It also owns and operates Whanganui Chronicle in Whanganui.

King Country Radio

Two stations, Radio Waitomo 1ZW and King Country Radio, have closed down.
The new owner was The Radio Network, a subsidiary of APN News & Media and Clear Channel Communications, which operated as a division of the Australian Radio Network.

Radio Waitomo

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Two stations, Radio Waitomo 1ZW and King Country Radio, have closed down.
The new owner was The Radio Network, a subsidiary of APN News & Media and Clear Channel Communications, which operated as a division of the Australian Radio Network.

The Planet 97FM

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Original stations of The Breeze in Auckland and Hamilton, 2QQ in Palmerston North and The Planet 97FM in Nelson became ZM.
In 2001 the station was purchased by The Radio Network (TRN) and the music format was changed from Hot AC to a Hit Music format similar to the format used on network station ZM.

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New Zealand Media and Entertainment (abbreviated NZME and stylized as NZME.) is a New Zealand newspaper, radio, outdoor advertising and digital media business.

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New Zealand Media and Entertainment (abbreviated NZME and stylized as NZME.) is a New Zealand newspaper, radio, outdoor advertising and digital media business.