New Zealand Broadcasting Press Clippings Scrapbook 1990 – 1991

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

  1. Foveuaux Radio refused presence at Ladies Day
  2. RNZ National Sales Appointments
  3. Radio chains to merge
  4. Rob Holding leaving
  5. Queenstown-based manager for Resort Radio
  6. Pirate radio station
  7. ITV still waiting for green light
  8. BBC wants relay station in NZ
  9. William F Earl – Research Archives
  10. Radio station out to put the record straight
  11. John N Dick – KKMC
  12. Sky TV gets frequency
  13. Murray Inglis shift
  14. Changes in the air at Resort Radio
  15. Radio prize
  16. Herald keen on buying into TV3
  17. Rights to new TV network undecided
  18. Community television starts today
  19. Temporary TV
  20. Foveaux Radio Advertising Consultant
  21. Broadcast move
  22. New announcer for Foveaux Radio
  23. TV3 network says it needs $12m
  24. Test transmissions by Sky
  25. Radio
  26. Review of advt proposal
  27. Govt thwarts bid by TV3
  28. Free ads refusal
  29. TV3 or no TV3
  30. The Two Moronnies 91ZM
  31. Backdown on broadcasts
  32. Community access radio
  33. Radio Windy
  34. 99 FM Wellington
  35. Nationwide Radio Frequencies April 1990
  36. Student radio
  37. Winning waves
  38. From KIS to Lakeland
  39. ZMFM Wellington
  40. Maori radio
  41. From Aitutaki to Azerbaijan
  42. New man at KiS
  43. Force will not be used
  44. Era of Competition
  45. Honesty box airwaves
  46. Honesty box airwaves L
  47. Honesty box airwaves R
  48. Rapid rise to become station No 1
  49. Taupo listings
  50. Queenstown Information TV
  51. Mr Hunt wants broadcasting fee increased
  52. ATI Become a radio broadcaster
  53. Faults keep Radio NZ off air
  54. Radio Reshuffles
  55. Sky TVs new rival shocks officials
  56. TV3 will continue broadcasting
  57. So whos surprised
  58. Radio programmes
  59. Foveaux Radio
  60. Amateur bands offered air time
  61. 4ZA
  62. TV3 share tumble brings out punters
  63. TVNZ might cut 100 staff
  64. Radio Pacific to shed staff
  65. TV3 to cover 84pc of NZ
  66. Caroline reaches New York finals
  67. Soviets drown RNZ
  68. Radio listings
  69. The Dynamo from Down Under
  70. Charisma Club
  71. Evangelist buys into TV3
  72. Business news TV
  73. DJ falls ill on air
  74. Television rivalry gets physical
  75. Sounds like a bit of Samoa
  76. The Sky With Limits
  77. Sky Subscriber Television
  78. Sky ads
  79. TVNZ acts on Frontline complaints
  80. TNVZ staff discuss tax
  81. Radio Otago bids for rest of Foveaux
  82. Call for cellular rights tenders
  83. Brian Edwards
  84. Radio NZ looking at franchising
  85. Radio Otago makes mop-up bid for Foveaux
  86. Pay your publlic broadcasting fee
  87. Sky Broadcast Engineers wanted
  88. Mana Maori Media
  89. Polytech radio returns to airwaves
  90. Alexandra to get FM radio station
  91. Pleasantly Genuine
  92. Radio frequencies up for tender
  93. Foveaux lifts profit 16pc
  94. Good Morning Everbody – Aunt Daisy
  95. Radio Otago turnaround
  96. Marae of Airwaves 1
  97. Marae of Airwaves 2
  98. Marae of Airwaves 3
  99. Marae of Airwaves 4
  100. James Daniels and Ken Ellis
  101. 156 TVNZ staff made redundant
  102. Foveaux Radio best country music station
  103. CTV buys TVNZs production facilities
  104. Mounter called inept
  105. RNZ News Anchor wanted
  106. The rise and fall of TV3 1
  107. The rise and fall of TV3 2
  108. The rise and fall of TV3 3
  109. The rise and fall of TV3 4
  110. The rise and fall of TV3 5
  111. The rise and fall of TV3 6
  112. The rise and fall of TV3 7
  113. New Zealand television 30 years old today
  114. Kiwi country
  115. Chas Drader 92 FM
  116. RNZI programmes
  117. Money needed for Radio Rhemas new transmitter
  118. Air time over for students
  119. Alexandra FM radio drawing listeners
  120. Maori tests
  121. Disc jockeys conduct found to be unethical
  122. TV equipment on Remarkables
  123. TV3 tie hits Radio Pac
  124. Radio High
  125. Radio High 1
  126. Radio High 2
  127. Broadcasting Complaints Procedure
  128. Frequency move puts radio stations in doubt
  129. Announcer appointed Lee Hanna
  130. Broadcaster retires Merv Smith
  131. Jobs go as radio stations merge in Chch
  132. Listening Post
  133. ONE NZ programmes
  134. ONE NZ programmes 1
  135. ONE NZ programmes 2
  136. Queenstown TV slots allotted
  137. Radio Pacific Waikato
  138. ONE NZ programmes 3
  139. 91 FM office reception
  140. Radio Marlborough 1539
  141. Foveaux acceptances
  142. Radiation cut ordered
  143. Radio tender to go ahead
  144. Replay Radio
  145. TVNZs UHF bid splits Commerce Commission
  146. TV3 repeater allowed
  147. Tom Scott NZ Quota
  148. Sherry eyes board
  149. RNZ staff might take action
  150. Maori Council critical of Iwi TV plan
  151. Maori dispute airwaves sales
  152. NZ On Air – Air your views
  153. DJs marathon may not be NZ record
  154. Fondness For Radio
  155. Maori airwaves claim
  156. Plains FM manager
  157. Prime TV channel puts back launch
  158. New RNZ appointment
  159. Pacific chairman resolute
  160. TV3 licence revaluation
  161. Private radio possible – Hunt
  162. Radio LX-90 FM
  163. Radio fequencies for tender
  164. NZ On Air
  165. Radio Rhema 1404AM
  166. Queenstown now has two FM stations
  167. Tom Scott – Jonathan Hunt Godfather of the House
  168. Sky here late 1991
  169. Radio Marlborough 1539
  170. On The Beam
  171. Race broadcast deal by TAB and Pacific
  172. Radio Wanaka set to go to air
  173. DFC, TV3 burdens for Radio Pacific
  174. Radio Otago to mop up last Foveaux shares
  175. Arthur Cushen listening in to history being made
  176. Make the Switch ZBFM
  177. Tune Into 1224 Foveaux Radio
  178. ‘Cornflakes King’ retires
  179. Cartoon – Uncertain future for racing broadcasts in the south
  180. Election broadcasts
  181. Radio fare
  182. Impasse on radio racing coverage
  183. Thanks for the memories
  184. Application made to put up aerial
  185. Moore chooses private radio
  186. Radio waves busy
  187. Radio hearing delayed
  188. The big switch to 4XO 97.4
  189. New Otago TV channel scheduled for April
  190. TV3 receiver confident channel will survive
  191. Talk-back announcers – Leighton Smith
  192. Make the Switch ZBFM
  193. Combining the Classics
  194. Everybody’s Talking
  195. 91ZM $50000
  196. 91ZM Cash Card
  197. They’re Racing. Hear here
  198. Radio Pacific accepts TAB move
  199. Test on radio
  200. Maggie Barry – Radio New Zealand
  201. Collins re-enters broadcasting industry
  202. 93FM Pull up to my bumper baby
  203. Listeners upset by reception loss after AM to FM switch
  204. Names of Canterbury TV backers stay secret
  205. Maori tribal radio stations receive $352,666
  206. Pregnancy race starts
  207. Book review – Arthur Cushen’s Radio Listeners Guide
  208. Radio Otago interim up 17pc
  209. Airwaves talks hopes
  210. Angry fans return records
  211. Pacific caller for Wairio
  212. Children tune into Radio Active
  213. Hear is the News
  214. TV3 assets might not fetch book values
  215. Maori radio claims being heard
  216. Will BUZZ OFF mean SWITCH OFF
  217. TV3. Thirst Quenching
  218. Successful debut for Kingston station
  219. Crown loses bid to free up frequencies
  220. TVNZ scrapping regional news programmes
  221. Radio manager heads north tomorrow
  222. Radio NZ posts $4m profit
  223. Maori Council speaks out on radio frequencies
  224. Aotearoa National Maori Radio
  225. Irirangi Aotearoa
  226. 91ZM Christchurch 1991 calendar
  227. Lightning cuts TV, radio programmes
  228. Market shares
  229. 93FM Cheque Mate
  230. Satellite radio near
  231. TV3 cannot afford listing
  232. Radio Rhema offers expanded service
  233. Concert Programme FM Stereo 90.0 MHz
  234. Crossfire FM
  235. Half-million-dollar FM right sold for $159
  236. Up on the Air
  237. Principality on air
  238. 91FM Cheerleaders
  239. Broadcasting fee
  240. NZ On Air allocates $22.8 million
  241. Radio stations close the ratings gap
  242. Radio for Ranfurly
  243. Advertise on 4ZA
  244. Making waves for radio
  245. Radio waves
  246. NZ On Air axes ‘Video Dispatch’
  247. Gov’t introduces broadcasting bill
  248. TV on Ice
  249. Marty Smith
  250. Central Otago logos
  251. Radio Central logo
  252. Pete McKinlay on Crossfire FM
  253. Resort Radio logo
  254. Concert Programme wait almost over
  255. Ranfurly on air
  256. Rhema map
  257. Gov’t sale of radio frequences to proceed
  258. Gov’t urged to keep TV and radio in NZ hands
  259. Bola
  260. Foveaux Radio says thanks
  261. NZ On Air
  262. A turning point for broadcasting
  263. TV Viewer on sale tomorrow
  264. Rhema map
  265. Successful radio tenders announced
  266. TV3 shares suspended
  267. Radio Wanaka on air again
  268. Resort Radio Wanaka schedule
  269. Resort Radio 99FM schedule
  270. Radio Central schedule
  271. Southern Skies cover
  272. Southern Skies index
  273. Our International Voice
  274. Our International Voice
  275. Our International Voice
  276. Our International Voice
  277. Our International Voice
  278. Too many Chengs
  279. Last barrier removed
  280. New radio station for Wellington
  281. Waves of Change
  282. Waves of Change
  283. Radio Days
  284. Concert Programme
  285. Radio Days

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: radiodx.com

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