New Zealand Broadcasting Press Clippings Scrapbook 1996 – 1997

The late Mark Nicholls kept a series of scrapbooks containing newspaper and magazine clippings relating to the broadcasting scene in New Zealand. These books provide an interesting look back at NZ broadcasting at the time.

You can browse the interactive PDF-based book below (you can click on the articles to view in more detail), or use the direct links to the articles listed below

Clippings included:

  1. Airwave Casualty
  2. Legal costs sap Radio Pacific interim
  3. Early radio
  4. Black and far from blue
  5. Radio Network says radiation from Ouruhia mast insignificant
  6. Sound player software opens up radio bands
  7. maifm88.6
  8. The young and the wireless
  9. 95bfm
  10. Radio days
  11. City Scene Channel 9
  12. Warning over radio signals
  13. Axed jazz station tipped to return
  14. Broadcasting runs in the Daniels family genes
  15. Announcer makes a night of it
  16. 96.7 Lakeland FM
  17. Students get in tune for airwaves experience
  18. Cruise ratings up
  19. Ellis returns to radio next year
  20. The first wave of radio
  21. Radio group urges greater share of funding
  22. Radio buy
  23. 75th Anniversary of Radio in NZ
  24. Odd mix of whats too hot for airwaves
  25. Hagley Air gives students an audience
  26. Day that rocked radio
  27. 91ZM leads in ratings war
  28. OReilly joins call for lower dollar
  29. 92MoreFM postcard
  30. Dunedins 4XO
  31. Nickname stuck for radio show host
  32. Radio show helps community stay in touch
  33. James to quit radio just as Ken returns
  34. Eight-day broadcast targets NZ music
  35. Radio personality to leave industry
  36. Bankruptcy fear after Aotearoa radio mix-up
  37. Dunedins 4XO
  38. Transmission cut
  39. Radio awards
  40. 4XO Key to your heart
  41. 4XO Rest your eyes
  42. Neil Waka joins 4XO
  43. 4XO Mr Whisper is back
  44. Radio Network radio frequency sale
  45. RNZ eyes service
  46. Lyttelton West pupils go on air
  47. Message from Mars upsets listeners
  48. Radio station ordered to pay $5000, aplogise
  49. Radio Network swoops
  50. Watchdog blocks C93FM sale
  51. 98MoreFM receptionist advert
  52. Capital Clash – Battle of the two H-aitches
  53. 92MoreFM We know what you need
  54. 92MoreFM These bums are on 92
  55. Dinner music radio station airs at Takahe
  56. Jamming crows
  57. Te Anau satellite link expected soon
  58. Radio NZ misses two big contracts
  59. Talks aim to keep Maori TV channel on air
  60. Archive of Marconi documents, equipment under threat
  61. Corbett finally makes a move
  62. VHF maritime radio services expansion project
  63. Up in the air waves over radio opportunity
  64. 50-year wait for talkback pioneers NZ radio coup
  65. Good and decent things
  66. Classic Hits 98FM Baz plays the besties, not the beasties
  67. Geoff – The way you are
  68. Get On 4
  69. TV4 tuning help
  70. TV4 tuning help
  71. New company secures staff jobs, stations survival
  72. Morning Report presenter advert
  73. Youth radio network mooted by Minister
  74. Cry TV may beam new service
  75. Frequency search to save station
  76. Latest radio station systems keep DJs spinning longer
  77. Speculation strong that CTV may not close down
  78. Final attempt to close mast
  79. Difficult NI trading hits Radio Otago profit
  80. Radio Pacific reduces dividend
  81. Radio Otago takes C93FM
  82. Radio Network fails in second attempt at C93FM
  83. Christian company to sell UHF frequencies
  84. Residents fear radio wave risk
  85. Get On 4
  86. Si & Phil on 92MoreFM
  87. Resort 99FM

Scanned clippings © Radio Heritage Foundation
Mark Nicholls Collection

Mark Nicholls was a keen DXer, Life Member of the New Zealand Radio DX League, and Editor of their magazine, the DX Times, for many years. He sadly passed away in 2014.

You can read a tribute to Mark on the NZRDXL’s website:

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