TVNZ OnDemand Continues to Surge

TVNZ OnDemand is averaging 4.6 million streams a week and more people are streaming live TVNZ broadcasts, TVNZ Sales reports.

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8 Responses to “TVNZ OnDemand Continues to Surge”

  1. MediaWorks’ shortsightedness has ensured that TVNZ will continue to dominate in the digital era. The network could have levelled the playing field and provided an on-demand service that would have atleast competed or overtook TVNZ OnDemand. I highly doubt MW’s new owners will arrest this situation.

  2. Couldn’t agree more, Leo. It’s astonishing how slow MediaWorks has been to exploit digital possibilities.

  3. With not having Sky anymore I have been using TVNZ OnDemand for LIVE broadcasts and the same for Three’s equivalent. It’s working OK unless I get buffering even with fibre 🙂

  4. Good to hear, Trevor, although disappointing that fibre isn’t making the experience foolproof.

  5. Case in point with Three’s acquisition of Big Brother, which should have been fast-tracked on ThreeNow, fingers crossed Dplay will be its saving grace or, better yet, a user-friendly on-demand platform.

  6. I don’t watch TVNZ and Three much so it’s no biggie. I mostly watch Sky Sport Now and something on Neon, Netflix or Disney+. Speaking of Disney+ I see Hailee Steinfeld has signed up as Kate Bishop for Hawkeye, great casting 🙂

  7. If the rumours of MW TV’s new owners prove correct, TVNZ OnDemand could finally have a real challenger. Global giant Discovery has 300,000+ hours of content which would be immediately available through its excellent Dplay on demand apps/system, if the company did get a foothold down under.

  8. Quite true, Dave, and then there are initiatives like its PGA streaming deal. It’s not only TVNZ that needs to be very afraid …

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