TVNZ (TV New Zealand) Latest Frequency And Biss Key On Intelsat 19 @ 166.0°E 2023
Television New Zealand (Māori: Te Reo Tātaki o Aotearoa), more commonly referred to as TVNZ, is a television network that is broadcast throughout New Zealand and parts of the Pacific region. All of its currently-operating channels are free-to-air and commercially funded.
TVNZ (TV New Zealand) On Intelsat 19 @ 166.0°E 2023
Last Update 01-12-2022
Intelsat 19 @ 166.0°E
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TVNZ was established in February 1980 following the merger of the two government-owned television networks, Television One (now TVNZ 1) and South Pacific Television (now TVNZ 2), under a single administration. It was the sole television broadcaster in New Zealand until November 1989 when private channel TV3 (now Three) was launched.
TVNZ operates playout services from its Auckland studio via Kordia’s fibre and microwave network for TVNZ 1, TVNZ 2 and TVNZ Duke, with new media video services via the American-owned Brightcove which is streamed on the Akamai RTMP/HLS DNS based caching network. Its former channels include TVNZ Kidzone (closed 30 April 2016), TVNZ Heartland (closed 31 May 2015), TVNZ U (closed August 2013), TVNZ 7 (closed June 2012), TVNZ 6 (closed 2011), and TVNZ Sport Extra (closed 2009).
Approximately 90% of TVNZ’s revenue is from commercial activity (such as advertising and merchandising). The remainder of its funding comes from government funding agencies. There has been reoccurring debate about TVNZ’s role and whether it should be treated as a public-service broadcaster or a fully commercial network, and the current government plans to create a replacement public media entity.
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