New Zealand print news market shrinking alarmingly

The eight JMAD New Zealand media ownership report, which I authored, published by AUT research center for Journalism, Media and Democracy (JMAD) was launched on December 6, 2018. The report raises an alarm about rapidly shrinking print newspaper market and the widening news gaps in the local/community markets. The report also finds that some of … Continue reading New Zealand print news market shrinking alarmingly

Private and independent media ownership increases in New Zealand

In 2017, for the first time in seven years, private and independently owned media companies outnumbered state and shareholder owned media companies in New Zealand. New Zealand media market also expanded with new digital start-ups such as Newsroom. I have authored the seventh New Zealand media ownership report for AUT research center of Journalism, Media … Continue reading Private and independent media ownership increases in New Zealand

What drives media alliances?

What drives the convergence between media organisations in this digital age? What kind of convergence are we seeing beyond the ownership convergence? My academic paper, to be shortly published in the peer reviewed academic journal MEDIANZ, investigates different kind of convergences in New Zealand media. The paper argues that media corporations form tactical alliances and … Continue reading What drives media alliances?