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Radio New Zealand Protest, Auckland, 1st March 2010

YouTube video by studiotdes 01/03/10 Filmed at the Save Radio New Zealand demonstration outside Radio New Zealand's offices in Auckland, on 1 March, 2010. The speakers are Chris Trotter, Keith Locke, Martin Hirst and Bomber Bradbury.

Reminder of public radio importance

stuff.co.nz 01/03/10 70 protesters today staged a demonstration outside the Auckland offices of Radio New Zealand to show their opposition to proposed budget cuts. Watch the video

Radio New Zealand funding debate

Media7, Series 4, Episode 2 25/02/10 A discussion with representatives from both sides of the Radio New Zealand funding debate. With Auckland University politics and media tutor Jake Quinn, founder of the Save Radio New Zealand Facebook group; and general manager of Radio Live, Mitch Harris. Watch the video

Save Radio New Zealand! (We Won't Give Way)

YouTube video by danadamsnz 25/02/10 Filmed at the Save Radio New Zealand demonstration in the grounds of Parliament, Wellington, on 25 Feb 2010.

Sue Kedgley defends Radio NZ

YouTube video by nzgreenparty 25/02/10 Green MP Sue Kedgley highlights the fact out that the National Govt's policy of freezing funding to New Zealand's only public service radio station - Radio NZ - will lead to cuts and a diminished service for New Zealanders.

"The war on news" with Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury

Triangle/Stratos-1 22/02/10 Political commentary on the government's plans for Radio NZ. Economic strangulation of Radio New Zealand! Will the bird call be silenced? Warning: contains the occasional swear-word.

"Save Radio NZ" campaign

Breakfast 19/02/10 Radio NZ contributor and "Save Radio NZ" supporter David Slack speaks to Breakfast about government proposals for the station. Watch the video

A future for public radio?

TVNZ 7 News at 8 17/02/10 Is there a future for public radio? Media commentator Phil Wallington talks to Greg Boyed on TVNZ 7 News at 8. Watch the video

RNZ, govt in showdown over funding

ONE News 17/02/10 The radio station owned by taxpayers and listened to by hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders is heading for a major showdown with the government. Watch the video
Is there a future for public radio? Media commentator Phil
Wallington talks to Greg Boyed on TVNZ 7 News at 8