Industry contacts

The television networks

MediaWorks TV owns and operates TV3, FOUR and The Edge TV.

MediaWorks TV is a division of MediaWorks NZ Limited, and operates New Zealand’s privately-owned free-to-air channels TV3 and FOUR. All the MediaWorks television channels are available via free-to-air digital broadcast. In addition TV3 and FOUR offer an online on-demand service.

3 Flower Street
Eden Terrace, Auckland
Tel: (09) 928 9000

Click here for the complete listing of sales staff in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, Sydney and Melbourne.

Television New Zealand owns and operates TV One, TV2 and Kidzone.

TVNZ operates four commercial free-to-air digital channels (TV ONE, TV2, TV ONE+1 and TV2+1) and one pay TV channel (Kidszone). Many of TVNZ’s programs are also available via TVNZ’s Ondemand.

100 Victoria Street West
Tel: (09) 916 7000

Click here for full listing of TVNZ’s sales staff.


Other television broadcasters:

Māori Television – To advertise contact the sales team on (09) 539 7194 or email

Prime and SKY Television – To advertise on Prime or any of the Sky satellite channels contact SKY Advertising Sales on (09) 531 6262 or email here for a full listing of SKY television sales department.

Regional Broadcasters – Click here for the contact details of all the regional television broadcasters.
Creating a television commercial

If you’re looking for an advertising,  media or PR agencies, the Communication Agencies Association of New Zealand (CAANZ) can help. CAANZ  is the industry association for advertising and communication agencies and have members details on their website at

Other useful contacts

Commercial Approvals Bureau (CAB)

Television broadcasters make it a condition that all advertisements are approved and classified by CAB before they can be broadcast. For more information on how to get your script and finished commercial approved visit

Association of New Zealand Advertisers (ANZA)

ANZA was formed in 1931 to provide New Zealand advertisers with a collective voice in dealing with government, media, advertising agencies and other organisations integral to the advertising industry. You can find out more on their website at

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)

The prime function of the ASA is to self-regulate advertising in New Zealand. Advertising Codes of Practice provide the rules by which all advertisements in all media should comply.  To find out more, click here