Radio New Zealand (Māori: Te Reo Irirangi o Aotearoa), commonly known as Radio NZ or simply RNZ, is a New Zealand public-service radio broadcaster and Crown entity that was established under the Radio New Zealand Act 1995. By Monday, more than 23,000 people had signed a petition urging Radio New Zealand to reconsider the move and a 10,000-strong Facebook group called “Save RNZ Concert… A petition with more than 26,000 signatures has been handed to Radio New Zealand to save Concert. Save Radio New Zealand. Listen online to RNZ - Concert radio station for free – great choice for Wellington, New Zealand. This story was first published by RNZ; Work to begin on case for super-sized broadcaster; RNZ said shifting Concert to the AM frequency would free up space for the broadcaster to build a new music brand for younger audiences.

By continuing to use this website, you agree to our policies regarding the use of cookies. More than 10,000 people have signed a petition calling on RNZ to ditch plans to gut its music station RNZ Concert. Listen live RNZ - Concert radio with Onlineradiobox.com. New Zealanders are being invited to join the freedom camping conversation, following the launch of a petition to Parliament to ban foreign freedom campers in order to save local tourism and support small businesses. This can't be allowed to happen. More than 10,000 people have signed a petition calling on RNZ to ditch plans to gut its music station RNZ Concert. The move means Concert would lose its FM radio slot and all its presenters. The woman behind the idea wants the country to re-asses the parameters around freedom camping in order to support New Zealand tourism providers. It operates a news and current-affairs network, RNZ National, and a classical-music and jazz network, RNZ Concert, with full government funding from NZ on Air.

28K likes. This site uses cookies. Concert would be taken off FM radio on 29 May and the youth platform would be phased in ahead of its full launch on 28 August. The National Govt appears hell bent on driving Radio NZ into the ground.