Chinese newspaper with a community section that advertises community sports activities and events for free.
A free weekly newsletter comes out on Tuesday and is delivered to over 300 Chinese shops and restaurants for people to pick up freely.
Auckland radio, capturing over 90% of the Chinese radio audience, communicating to Mandarin / Cantonese speaking audiences in NZ.
National news and current affairs breakfast show, available on Freeview / HD Platform.
They focus on providing Auckland Chinese Community with comprehensive local, national and world-wide news, Information of economic, finance, sport, entertainment, health, living etc. They also provide free English to Chinese translation with paid advertising.
Provides free community advertising on the Community Notices section every Friday. There is a limit of 150 words/Chinese characters.
A yearly business and travel directory goes out in September across Auckland in 350 outlets (Chinese restaurants, supermarkets, shops, Real Estates etc.) This is acts as a great lifestyle guide for Chinese immigrants.
Humm FM is at Global Indian & Asian FM station in Auckland. Humm FM is a commercial radio station, providing a platform to the Indian & Asian voices and community issues.
Targets those from Fiji, Pakistan, Sri Lankan, Arabic countries, Kiwi Indians and Indians of all origins. Approximately 80,000 listeners covering Auckland, Whangarei, Hamilton, Rotorua and also online access.
Targets Hindi-speakers and has a listenership around 80,000+ in the greater Auckland area and beyond.
Targets Indians living in New Zealand, online edition accessed by readers in Fiji, Australia, India, UK, Canada, Singapore and Malaysia plus others. 15,000 copies printed weekly, with readership of around 60,000 per week.
Targets the Punjabi-speaking community. Publishes 10,000 copies fortnightly. Available at Indian shops, temples, libraries, special Indian events and festivals. Distributed throughout Auckland and the rest of New Zealand.
Online magazine published in English once a month. The primary audience is South Asians – migrants from India, Fiji, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, South Africa and other countries. Online:
English speaking audience, including decision makers, top and middle management, retailers, professionals and youngsters predominantly in the 15-25 age group. Print edition covers all of New Zealand. It is the oldest and largest circulated Indian newspaper in NZ.
Targets Indians living in New Zealand, 18-75 years. Found in supermarkets, Indian groceries, restaurants, Fruit & Vege shops, butcheries, boutiques, Temples, Mosques, Doctors’ surgeries etc in Auckland, Wellington and Hamilton. Published monthly and is free.
A Korean newspaper covering New Zealand’s major cities with a circulation of 7,000 copies per issue nationwide. There is a community section where it is possible to advertise community sports activities and events for free.
TThe Korea Post is first Korean magazine for Korean society in NZ. Distributed in the Greater Auckland Region and Hamilton, Rotorua, Wellington, Whangarei, with a circulation of 5, 000 copies per issue. The Korea Post website has 250,000 – 300,000 of page view per day. There is a community section available to advertise community sports activities and events for free. Formerly known as the Korea Time.
Targets the Korean with 2 issues per month and around 5,000 copies circulated to Auckland, plus Christchurch, Wellington, Rotorua, Whangarei, Queenstown, Whanganui and Hamilton.
Published weekly and distributed in the Greater Auckland and Hamilton, with a circulation of more than 5, 000 copies per issue. There is a community section where it is possible to advertise community sports activities and events for free.
Property Journal Korea
Property Journal Korea, the weekly newspaper focused on Property & Business is published and distributed every Thursday, 4 times a month. It covers Auckland region including North Shore, City Central, Waitakere, and Manukau. Current numbers of circulation is 4,000 copies per issue. Community sections are available for short public notices.
Launched in June 2000 and works in association with the satellite digital service on SKY Network Television Limited (SKY). World TV broadcasts 24 hours daily in 10 Satellite channels including KTV the Korean channel, 1 free view channel, and 3 Radio channels throughout NZ. KTV is the media hub of the Korean community in New Zealand with its locally-produced shows including community news, events, interviews, and TV3 News translation service. It is available to provide community notice including sport news.
KCR is on air from 9:40am till 11.30 every weekday (FM104.6). Broadcasting news in Korean, playing contemporary music, and sharing information regarding Korean society in Auckland.
Monthly magazine with news, business information, classified, settlement information. Print and online.
Targets Japanese speakers with a readership of 18,000 a month. Published monthly. Found in English schools, Tertiary Education Institutes, student agencies, Asian restaurants and food courts, travel agencies, Duty Free and souvenir shops, Backpackers, YHA.
Targets Filipinos and family members of Filipinos, other interested readers. Readership numbers are 15,000 and it is published monthly.
An Ethnic Media Agency and a co-operative of the Key Ethnic Media Companies (KEMCs) offering Ethnic marketing consultancy, advisory and planning services, marketing services, access to a wide range of ethnic media, plus other services.
Targeted at Asian communities, potential migrants and overseas students. Has a readership of approximately 25,000 and published once a month.
Quarterly newsletter to assist Asian communities in Auckland.
Auckland’s non-English speaking population, with broadcasts in more than 50 languages. Community-based not for-profit radio station offering a a radio broadcast facility to community groups and individuals who otherwise have little or no access to the airwaves.
Settlement newspaper for migrants, potential migrants and overseas students with a readership of 25,000 and published once a month.
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