These bulletins were broadcast from New Zealand's four main cities Auckland, WellingtonChristchurch and Dunedin operating independently of each other due to technical constraints. The Wahine Disaster in April highlighted the need for a nationwide news network; footage shot in Wellington could not be broadcast in other centres around the country at the same time.
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The Wahine Disaster in April highlighted the need for a nationwide news network; footage shot in Wellington could not be broadcast in other centres around the country at the same time. In October the country-wide TV network was completed.
The first network news broadcast was live on 3 November at 7: This bulletin was possible due to microwave links being established between the four main centres; the programme was called NZBC Network News. Prior to the building of the Warkworth satellite communications station ininternational programmes could not be received live — the footage had to be flown into New Zealand and was often days old.
The programme was then renamed simply News. The main bulletin was revamped in Richard Long and Tony Ciprian alternately presented and produced sports news.
Later that year Long took over from Billington as Network News news co-anchor, the beginning of a partnership that would continue for much of the next fifteen years. He was with 3 News for almost 20 years. From the s, four regional news programmes were broadcast — one in each of the four main regions: Holmes began screening at 6: Inthe main bulletin was again extended from 30 to 60 minutes, screening from the now familiar 6: The change coincided with the unveiling of a new studio set which was used until Hawkesby later took TVNZ to court, a dispute that he subsequently won.
The show was renamed again on 31 December to One News. A new state-of-the-art studio came into use for One News programmes, but many presenters were culled. Jim returned to One News in Close Up was launched in Novemberwhen Paul Holmeshost of the Holmes programme, resigned following failed contract negotiations.
Close Up followed the same format as Holmes, but was hosted by Susan Wood until her sudden resignation in Mark Sainsbury became the main host following her resignation. He hosted the programme until latewhen illness prevented him from continuing his duties.
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