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Searched for Media Organisations in New Zealand. Matches found: 11

Association of advertisers, publishers, broadcasters etc that aims to maintain advertising standards in the media; has an Advertising Standards Complaints Board; based in Wellington; site has info on codes, ad industry turnover statistics etc
Collective of independent media activists spread across New Zealand, working online & also in physical city-based groups; aims to provide an unmoderated, open-publishing newswire
Web site has information on 172 media groups in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe & the Americas, including broadcasters, newspaper & magazine publishers, recording companies, academic/technical publishers and so on; site by Caslon Analytics
Provides circulation figures of over 300 publications, including all paid daily & weekly newspapers, virtually all community newspapers plus a large number of magazines; based in Wellington; site has data on magazines/newspapers
Crown entity under the Minister of Brodcasting; aims to encourage broadcasters to develop and maintain programme standards that respect human dignity, reflect current social values and acknowledge research findings etc
ITO responsible for designing and administering journalism qualifications for print, radio and television; operate an accredited workplace training scheme; supporting and monitoring the progress of trainees
Non-profit organisation whose membership is open to journalists, politicians, diplomats, newsmakers and others involved with the media
Industry association of weekly community newspapers; based in Ashburton; site has information on members (address, contact numbers, websites etc)
Official website of Journalism Education Association of New Zealand (JEANZ); principal aims are to promote the highest professional standards in the teaching of journalism and collect and disseminate information about journalism education
Body set up by newspaper publishers and journalists to provide the public with an independent forum for resolution of complaints against the press; based in Wellington
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