The Fold podcast returns for March into a media world transformed by the impact of Covid-19.
New Zealand is currently at level two in the aftermath of two suspected cases of community transmission.
An unscheduled Covid-19 special ran in place of Seven Sharp last night, and it brought out the best in both its participants and the medium itself.
Social media giant Facebook has banned a large number of trusted media outlets for posting 'inappropriate content'.
More than 70 stands giving away more than 350 whiskies sounds like a recipe for chaos. Instead, it’s a near-perfect day out.
Private sector news executives have reacted with incredulity and anger to a new RNZ ad campaign attacking their work and business models.
New Zealand's game creators are competing for talent with a lavishly subsidised film sector, but they're still finding ways to thrive, says Simon Dasan of Wellington powerhouse A44.
Coronavirus’ harsh impact on New Zealand’s economy starts to reveal itself; Bridges advocates matching Australia’s deportation policies and the Shelly Bay dispute ratchets up.
Plant-based diets add a new item to the rural-urban tension menu, Genesis plans NZ’s biggest solar farm and a major regulatory push on vaping.
Duncan Greive shares his three philosophies on buying shares in global giants for people who are curious but terrified about investing.
Sky’s new CEO hasn’t yet been in his job for a year, but has already achieved more than his predecessor did in a decade. Duncan Greive sits down with Martin Stewart to find out whether it has changed Sky’s fate.
Uber became one of the biggest companies in the world in a few short years. Mike Isaac’s extraordinary Super Pumped shows the world just what it sacrificed for cheap rides.
A new podcast devoted to analysing New Zealand's media as it undergoes the biggest and most troublesome transition in its history.
Looking back on 10 years which saw New Zealand’s media transform from a position of near-limitless power and influence to the deeply humbled reality of today.