A lack of facts in the scandal over sexism at CERA; scientist caught in a sexism 'shirtstorm'; the political song that was scuppered before the election; revealing research about the nation's advertising executives.
Media make a meal of munted punters at the races; reaction to new restrictions aimed at curbing IS extremism in New Zealand; Maori TV's chief executive on where he's taking the channel in its second decade on air; politicians and reporters' cosy relationships.
A conversation that wound up climate change campaigners and skeptics - and other contrary climate claims in the media; the complex deals done to get local shows on commercial TV; one man's mission to revive a long-lost quiz.
TVNZ farming out the making of its Maori programmes after more than 30 years making and screening them; NZME's Jane Hastings on the transformation of news and radio - and when we might have to pay for it; Press Council fees for digital media; a story of dodgy delivery.
Panic over property prices and rising rates in Auckland; political ploys with the Official Information Act - and what a review of compliance might uncover; changes at NZ's biggest radio and newspaper company NZME.
The ISIS crisis and tightening of anti-terrorism laws; PR people review their reputation and a mysterious new media name.
Auckland's electricity outage sparks strange responses; journalists and authors striving to keep their sources secret; new Australian anti-terror law worries the media; no such thing as a free lunch?
Turning Labour's leadership crisis into a drama; trust ownership for the media - and the launch of NZME; the 'Planet Key' problem - and new legal backup for satire and parody in the UK.
Australian anti-terror raids; bloodthirsty coverage of the Labour leadership; the Fijian election and media freedom, and; Glenn Greenwald and his billionaire backer.
Mediawatch looks at the media on election night with Wallace Chapman - and the coverage of the extraordinary election campaign. Also: how an award winning American reporter and a world-famous whistleblower swung the spotlight onto surveillance.
A live Mediawatch post-election special.
Spying claims complicate the campaign; fact-checking the politicians; political parties' policies on broadcasting; claims about Maori TV leave questions unanswered and cash for tweets.
Music stations seize on stolen nude celebrity shots; more 'Dirty Politics' developments, and; one of the trickiest jobs in journalism... reporting from North Korea.
Collins quits; political parties vs the All Blacks; crank Corkery trumps policy; will the Dirty Politics saga change the media?
The online-only companion to Mediawatch based on your feedback. This month: Is Dirty Politics is a 'beltway' issue?; reporting election campaign gaffes; Radio New Zealand's digital-era direction; twitter and app updates; gruesome news images; paying for news online - and TV on-demand.