Duncan Greive sits down with Bauer CEO Paul Dykzeul and publisher Brendon Hill to talk about the state of its business, and their double down bet on print in the digital era.
Employment hit a record high today. Here’s why National should worry – and what they can do about it.
The unemployment numbers came out today, showing a job market in its best state since the GFC hit eight years ago. While this is undeniably good for the National government, Duncan Greive argues they shouldn't expect the good times to last.
Next week The Spinoff Music launches, thanks to the support of Spark. Duncan Greive explains what it will be, who will edit it and why it’s such a big deal to him.
Is globalisation good or bad? What will a job look like in 10 years time? And is tech coming to kill us all? We're answering those questions and more in our new pop-up section looking at the changing New Zealand economy. Spinoff editor Duncan Greive explains what it's all about.
While the golden age of television continues overseas, New Zealand's TV drama output remains stubbornly mediocre. But it didn't have to be that way, says Duncan Greive – and he has the show to prove it.
Known for over a decade as a social pages fixture and little else, Gilda Kirkpatrick blazed into sharp relief on the just-completed first season of Real Housewives of Auckland. Duncan …
TVNZ has been the doughy dinosaur in the media room for years now, content to defend the biggest, oldest and least mobile audience in the country. Last Thursday though, they suddenly showed their teeth at a very different new season launch. Duncan Greive was there to watch.
The second big-budget local drama of the year debuted last night. Duncan Greive watches as finds some promise buried under very familiar problems – and one serious lapse of judgement.
‘She doesn’t want to own what came out of her mouth’: Michelle Blanchard on the Real Housewives racism scandal
This morning, an hour after news of a Real Housewives racism scandal broke, Duncan Greive spoke with Michelle Blanchard on the phone from the US about the episode.