Media & Technology - Radio New Zealand RNZ gets $4.5m extra funding this year 2018-07-11T19:40:20.000000000+12:00 RNZ has been allocated $4.5 million of extra funding for this financial year of the $15m allocated in the Budget for public media. Media looks for meaning in John Campbell career move 2018-06-29T21:06:01.000000000+12:00 Mediawatch - John Campbell joined RNZ determined to lure TV viewers to Checkpoint. Three years later he's heading back to TV and leaving media pondering precisely why, Colin Peacock writes. 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.