TV & Radio
It is settled. The papers are signed. John Campbell walks away from TV3 with a small cash handshake.
Creators of new TV show Filthy Rich drew inspiration from prime minister's ponytail-pulling.
More fool TV3. Campbell was thoughtful, funny, compassionate, and bloody good television.
Aussie actor revels in playing Ivan Milat for new TV mini-series.
"This show is a radical reimagination of the television dinosaur documentary. People will have never seen anything like it before."
The final episode of John Campbell's TV3 show scored its highest ever ratings last night, exceeding its target of 500,000 viewers.
OPINION: Go take a bloody well-deserved break, you marvellous bugger.
Broadcaster John Campbell says "it's a tough time to be a journalist" as he bows out of his current affairs show.
Wellington dairy owner gave John Campbell his first job - packing stores shelves as a fourth-former in 1979.
Dance experts run a critical eye over Sunday's Dancing with the Stars contestants.
A look at some of the more heated interviews by John Campbell as the host prepares to sign off tonight.
Former Outrageous Fortune star explains that Westside creators had no choice but to cast her.
The legendary actress explains why she changed her mind about giving up her day job.
REVIEW: How many times do you have to hear the word ‘bones’ used in the opener of series 10 of Bones?
The Dancing With The Stars contestants reveal their biggest fears and how they feel about spray tans and sparkly outfits.
Ahead of the prequel, the cast and crew of Outrageous Fortune talk about the show that changed their lives.
On the day of John Campbell's last show on TV3 we take a trip back through time.
BBC comes under fire for a new show making poor people compete for a cash prize, but the network insists it's just a "social experiment".
Lena Dunham says she doesn't bother covering up for sex scenes on her show, Girls, any more because it's just not practical.
The cast of New Zealand's most expensive television series has been announced.
Watch the premiere of Dancing with the Stars on Sunday to be in to win a dancing lesson with professional dancer Jonny Williams.
REVIEW: Even if you loathe hip-hop and rap music, Empire is a powerhouse series which promises guest appearances by big stars such as Beyonce. Best show of the week.
Axed Campbell Live will be replaced with repeats of Road Cops before permanent replacement screens.
REVIEW: In Mapp and Lucia Miranda Richardson sports flashes and gnashes in such a way as a smile from her is like the threat of battery acid.
Australia zookeeper Giles Clark raised two baby tigers in his house, with a camera crew on hand to record every move.
The BBC has cancelled pop music quiz show Never Mind the Buzzcocks after 18 years on the air.
Non-subscribers can buy a day pass to Sky Sports for about $15 to watch over the internet.
Shorty star Reuben Milner first thought playing a gay character would be 'a nightmare' but it has turned into his best opportunity.
John Campbell will sign off from his TV3 news show at the end of the week.
Nostalgia alert! NZ On Screen has awakened Goodnight Kiwi, which marked the end of each day's transmission on TVNZ.