Editor-at-Large Shayne Currie is one of New Zealand's most experienced senior journalists and media leaders.
Editor-at-Large Shayne Currie is one of New Zealand's most experienced senior journalists and media leaders. He has held executive and senior editorial roles at NZME including Managing Editor, NZ Herald Editor and Herald on Sunday Editor. He has studied at Cambridge University in the UK and helped lead many of NZME's most successful editorial projects including the establishment of an integrated, multimedia newsroom operation. Shayne is now back writing on a range of topics, including the weekly Media Insider column, and helping the newsroom on a range of public events and strategic content projects.
Inside Newshub closure - top boss speaks, 5.30pm news show also faces axe
The shows facing the off-switch, including 5.30pm news; boss tells of heartbreak.
Newshub closure: Warner Bros boss fronts; PM reacts; Star's morale-boosting speech
There are 'a lot of devastated staff', a senior journalist said.
'Folks, this is awful': Full transcripts of what devastated Newshub staff were told today
'There is no sugar-coating it.'
Exclusive: Sir John Key on leaving ANZ, a new life and Hawaii house with Bronagh - and interest rates
'I said [to Bronagh]: Just be careful when you get to know me... you may not like me!'
A rare and revealing interview with a slightly exasperated Sir Russell Coutts
'Let that entrepreneurial spirit shine through': Sailing great on NZ's future.
TV rugby rights shake-up; Laura's new gig; John Campbell hits back - join our reader debate
Media Insider: Seven bewildering ad complaints; NZME, Sky and Stuff on their financials.
Top international comedian applies to liquidate NZ production company
The Stripe Studios entity is facing legal action from Netflix star.
Exclusive: TVNZ's new CEO on job losses, challenges and John Campbell's columns
'What I’ve committed to our team is that I’ll be as open and honest as I can be.'
They lured a legend to NZ, now a TV firm is in spotlight over bills; 7pm show's new name
RNZ ratings standoff; Ex-Air NZ agency moves to Qantas; TV star's exit: 'I was exhausted'.
Watch: The Kiwi creative, the Hollywood superstar and one of this year's best Super Bowl ads
'We went through easily a hundred different scripts and concepts.'
A year ago Auckland Domain was under water. Today it will groove to its biggest concert ever
A mini city has sprouted in the Domain as final tickets are on sale.
The PM, VIPs and crayfish - inside Shane Jones’ big Waitangi party; 7pm TV wars: MAFS' strong first week
A who's who of business, politics, media and PR mingle at party: 'There was no riff-raff.'
Fair Gone! Popular show's host resigns; Ali Mau's career move; Ads axed after Lotto complaint
Media Insider: Sky's delicate business move; NZ firm's Apple Vision work; Bravo's big rise
The fake FaceTime kidnap: Kiwi arrested in Thailand over abduction hoax
'Interpol contacted Thai police ... but when we arrived, they were having a party.'
7pm TV wars delayed: Hiring freeze hits Bridge show; Piha doco: Police PR stumble
Taylor Swift radio frenzy - 2 tickets, 52,000 calls; Big changes loom for regional media.
Media tumult: Traditional TV broadcasting faces off switch - briefing document
The ministry document highlights how little global giants contribute to local productions.
Revealed: The voice to replace Kim Hill on RNZ - and there's a twist
Media Insider: RNZ names a new host - they may also have a co-host.
TikTok data concerns: Giant telco ditches website code, ANZ reviews use
Social media giant feels the heat over data privacy - why it feels unfairly singled out.
John Campbell’s curious and controversial career twist; Layoffs loom at Stuff; Jack's big wedding
Radio host departs breakfast show; Black Clash's amazing ratings; Oz ad agency eyes NZ.
Tearful Simon Barnett's radio return - 'I hope and pray my wife is listening somehow'
Broadcasting legend: 'I have been on the cusp of tears all day'.
'I talk to Jodi all the time': Simon Barnett on heartbreak and a return to radio
'I look at her photo, I kiss her every night before bed. I look at her every morning.'
'Annoyed, angry, hurt': Top commentator loses role - but leaves today on a high
Media Insider: Race caller considered legal action after TAB did not renew contract.
Jacinda Ardern foils Daily Mail paparazzi; Air NZ safety videos face revamp; Respected media firm for sale
Media Insider: TVNZ's late scramble over Breakfast; Simon Barnett's ZB return
How the Greens’ PR machine completely disintegrated - and what all businesses can learn
PR expert on Greens: 'They need to examine their self-righteousness.'
7 Questions, 8 CEOs: 'NZ media is going to lose some fantastic talent'
CEOS of Warner Bros. Discovery, RNZ, ODT, MBM, Spark Foundry, FCB, NBR & Bastion open up.
Lunch with... Paul Henry, Brian and Hannah Tamaki, Ashley Bloomfield, Ruby Tui, Wayne Brown, Chlöe Swarbrick, Paddy Gower, and more
Highlights from Shayne Currie's sit-down chats with some of NZ's most prominent figures.
7 Questions, six CEOs: Defining or devastating? Why 2024 shapes as NZ media‘s most pivotal year
The CEOS of MediaWorks, Stuff, Are Media, GroupM, D3 and the owner of The Spinoff open up.
‘A beautiful woman in every way’: Scotty Stevenson on his wife Claire's death, new life as solo dad
'I was very privileged to be able to care for Claire in the last few months at home.'
Jessica, then ... who? Political editor Jessica Mutch McKay quits TVNZ
One of TVNZ’s highest-profile journalists is leaving the state broadcaster.
The astonishing life and future plans of Ruby Tui - 'is your passion still in this?'
She opens up over lunch about her book, the RWC singalong and kids.
7 Questions: Media CEOs open up - ‘A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world’
Part 1: The CEOs of TVNZ, Sky, NZME, Pacific Media Network, PHD and OMD open up.
High-flyer: Top CEO on leadership, life, trouble at 40,000ft - and lifting NZ out of its funk
'We are fit for summer, but we won’t be taking our eyes off the ball, I can tell you.'