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TVNZ stories - Page 2
TVNZ joins the party... Bans Slingshot adverts
TVNZ has joined Sky TV in banning Slingshot’s latest TV ads, leading to the Internet Service Provider labelling the move as "anti-competitive, undue censorship, and an example of old-school thinking."
TVNZ launches Ondemand app
Free app available from the iTunes App Store - including the iPad, the iPhone and iPod touch app.
Nextspace appoints 3D GM
Damian Swaffield hired to head the 3D visual solutions and integration company.
Samsung signs exclusive deal with TVNZ Ondemand
Deal aims to bring broadcaster's on demand content to customers via the new TVNZ Ondemand app for Samsung Smart TV’s.
Sky TV under Commerce Commission investigation
Investigation into joint venture with TVNZ throws up concerns about contracts with ISPs.
Five years of TVNZ On Demand
Television New Zealand marks streaming service's fifth birthday.
Sky & TVNZ join forces on Igloo
Partnership to offer free TV as well as $25 per month bonus channel pack; so how much will the box cost?
Last tickets avail for IAB Tabvertising event
Get your tickets for the Interactive Advertising Bureau's Tabvertising event
Fibre Watch: Stop the head-banging
If the government isn't listening, why don't the telco industry activists try singing a different anthem?
Fibre Watch: Don’t quote me on that
What are they putting in the water at Tel.Con 11? Industry leaders confess to receiving backhanders, making stupid investment decisions and being laughed at by fund managers.
Sony launches new internet TV range
The 'idiot box' has become the smartest device in the house, says Sony of its latest IPTV-enabled Bravias.
Fraud is a growth industry in a virtual world
Developments in technology and the internet provide exciting opportunities to build a successful business, but they also provide new ways for fraudsters to target your cash flow.
Accounting for iphone change
Any professional on the move already knows that the iPhone is an important travelling companion; a crucial asset for communication and keeping on top of things
Why outsource your phone system?
Worldwide, organisations are working smarter – outsourcing computing and communications to improve efficiency.
How website ads can earn money
There are a few major avenues that a company will look to gain revenue from its website
Coming to terms with the Google sidestep
The internet has the potential to reach a massive international market effectively and with great speed. It is obvious why a business would want to tap into this marketplace.
Cloud computing for SME's
What is cloud computing and why should a business owner be interested?
Defamation and the risk with online forums
An increasingly popular feature of the internet is the ability for users to interact online...
Commissioning design work: Will you own copyright?
Copyright is perhaps the most common form of intellectual property. It is a right that can be used to keep competitors from copying creative works such as designs, software, photographs and brochures.
Dont let malware stick it to your business
When you have a computer, you install software on it so that it can perform whatever tasks want it to. The problem is, criminals are also trying to install software on your computer so that it will do the sorts of things they want it to do.
Is your new years resolution a new business?
Away from the grind of the office, the summer holidays can provide inspiration for a great new business idea, and the time and motivation to turn that idea into a reality.
How to erase data from an old PC or Mac
This will be especially useful if you’re upgrading your office computers, and want to sell the old ones.
Mind your language
English is the global language of commerce, and a small New Zealand company has scored a major breakthrough, partnering with Cambridge University to take English language online and blended courses to market.
Business is barking
Testing a soap for dogs on herself was just one of the trials Jules Smith was prepared to undergo in order to launch her small business, but living in the Northland countryside proved a challenge too