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Fox TV sells Dunedin's NHNZ

Fox TV sells Dunedin's NHNZ

Dunedin-based NHNZ, one of New Zealand's seminal film and documentary makers, has been sold by its multi-national owner to a leading Australian television executive.

Show turns out to be a true survivor

Show turns out to be a true survivor

When NHNZ shot its first episode of I Survived, no-one at the Dunedin-based production house dreamt it would be one of the more popular shows in the United States.

Good growth boosts profit for NHNZ

Good growth boosts profit for NHNZ

Dunedin-based film-maker NHNZ booked a roughly three-fold profit increase to $3.1 million in its full year to June 2011, underpinned by programme sales and licensing revenue up almost $6 million.

Creating explosions in the name of research

Creating explosions in the name of research

Flaming hands, frozen sheep brains and exploding balloons feature in the latest advanced still and moving footage from Dunedin, likely to be seen around the world.

NHNZ in project to develop 3-D TV

NHNZ in project to develop 3-D TV

NHNZ is working with a Korean company to develop cost-effective software able to turn high-definition television into 3-D programmes.

University-NHNZ system partnership potential 'huge'

A partnership between two Dunedin-based heavyweights could have "huge" commercial potential, its backers say.

Dunedin app hits big time

A Dunedin computer-game company has collaborated with National Geographic to produce an app for smart phone and tablet computer devices. It was released last month.

A natural partnership

A natural partnership

For the past decade the University of Otago has collaborated with NHNZ in a documentary film-making venture that, at its core, strives to produce good storytellers. Shane Gilchrist reports.

NHNZ to do series on national parks

Dunedin-based company NHNZ is putting the natural history back into New Zealand television with a new series on the country's national parks.

NHNZ footage in snowboarding game

NHNZ footage in snowboarding game

NHNZ has been used by one of the world's largest video game companies.

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