Media Coverage

District TV Workshop Documentary Accepted

District TV Workshop Documentary Accepted

The South Canterbury Television Workshop has had a documentary film entitled "Orari Gorge 1866-1966" accepted for screen by the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation. The film will be shown on all channels at peak viewing time on a Sunday evening, in an edition of "Pictorial Magazine"

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Workshop Begins First Trial Run

Workshop Begins First Trial Run

August 25, 1964 - Auckland's Television Workshop has begun its first production - a 20-minute fiction film entitled "The Punter". The first scenes were shot at Ellerslie racecourse at the weekend.

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Debut for TV Workshop

Debut for TV Workshop

August 21, 1963 - A group called the New Zealand Television Workshop has been formed to provide a reservoir of potential television talent which could be called on to help provide programmes for the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation when existing sources of talent begin to dry up.

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TV Workshop Gets Started

TV Workshop Gets Started

August 10, 1963 - An ambitious TV community venture claimed to be the first in the Southern Himsphere made its debut in Wellington this week.

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The Land Where TV Can't Grow Up

The Land Where TV Can't Grow Up

An abridged version of an article by Clive Court which appeared in the July 1963 issue of "Television Mail".

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