Media & Technology - Radio New Zealand Bringing the big meth myth mess to light 2018-06-10T20:01:07.000000000+12:00 Mediawatch - Red flags were raised in the media about meth-testing well before Sir Peter Gluckman's report last week - but they didn't stop the growth of an unregulated industry. TV streaming service for kiwi kids goes live 2018-05-27T16:21:22.000000000+12:00 New Zealand's first online media hub for children has been launched. Understanding AI: are the media the solution or the problem? 2018-05-20T13:21:29.000000000+12:00 Artificial intelligence is on the rise in our news. But are the media also to blame for public ignorance and anxiety? Government's $38m public broadcasting boost still on the table 2018-05-20T11:30:06.000000000+12:00 The government still expects to deliver the entire $38 million boost in funding for public broadcasting promised by Labour prior to the election, the Broadcasting Minister says. Revealed: Supermarkets in NZ using facial recognition tech 2018-05-14T11:18:54.000000000+12:00 A man mistakenly identified as a shoplifter at a New World supermarket has led to revelations that the company has rolled out facial recognition CCTV technology in some of its stores. Jim Mather named as incoming RNZ chair 2018-05-07T22:49:07.000000000+12:00 The current head of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, who also led Māori Television for nine years, will replace Richard Griffin as chair of RNZ. Jamie Tuuta announced as new Māori TV chair 2018-05-07T19:19:28.000000000+12:00 Jamie Tuuta has been announced to replace Dame Georgina te Heuheu Māori Television's board chair. PM checking if Russian hacking hit NZ 2018-04-18T07:21:59.000000000+12:00 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is checking whether New Zealand has been hit by a fresh wave of global cyber attacks, she says. No need for NZers to delete Facebook - NetSafe 2018-04-09T13:53:17.000000000+12:00 Thousands of New Zealanders' data was exposed in the Facebook data breach, but while it is a reminder to take privacy seriously there's no need to quit the platform altogether, NetSafe says. PM standing by Curran after RNZ committee hearing 2018-04-06T08:49:12.000000000+12:00 The PM is standing by her broadcasting minister saying there was nothing new in a specially called select committee hearing about a meeting between Clare Curran and a former RNZ news executive.