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NHNZ not expecting Murdoch fallout

Dunedin television production company NHNZ is not anticipating any fallout in the wake of the News Corporation scandal unfolding in the United Kingdom.

NHNZ work recognised

Gaining a business award for its efforts in China is "fantastic recognition" for Dunedin production company NHNZ, chief executive Michael Stedman says.

National Geographic 'coup'

In a coup for NHNZ, the Dunedin-based television company has been chosen by documentary heavyweight National Geographic to archive and sell more than two decades of footage.

NHNZ's gaming pitch pays

NHNZ's gaming pitch pays

From taking a first step into the world of online gaming, NHNZ's Flutter game this week went viral on Facebook. Business editor Dene Mackenzie investigates.

Fluttering into a friendlier game

Fluttering into a friendlier game

The key to making an online game successful is attracting people who ask their friends and then start sharing and competing with each other, Runaway Play director Tim Nixon says.

NHNZ making 9/11 documentary

NHNZ making 9/11 documentary

A little bit of Dunedin will be seen in a major documentary about the 9/11 terrorist attacks - not that the United States audience will know it.

Screen production spending up

Screen production spending up

More television commercials being shot in the Southern Lakes, the prolific Dunedin-based Natural History New Zealand television documentary company and an overall maturing of the film industry are behind the growth in screen production spending and number of movie businesses in the South.

NHNZ head nominated for innovation award

NHNZ head nominated for innovation award

Dunedin-based Natural History New Zealand (NHNZ) managing director Michael Stedman is among seven entrepreneurs and innovators honoured in this year's World Class New Zealand Awards.

NHNZ stays at the front edge

NHNZ stays at the front edge Dunedin-based NHNZ is now the world's largest 3D documentary maker for television. Business editor Dene Mackenzie talks to the people involved in the growing field of entertainment.

PM praises NHNZ during opening

PM praises NHNZ during opening

Prime Minister John Key proved to be in top form when he yesterday opened NHNZ's new headquarters in Dunedin.

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