Campbell Live

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Campbell Live
Campbell Live.jpeg
Shows title card (2013)
Format News/current affairs
Presented by John Campbell
Country of origin New Zealand
Original language(s) New Zealand English
Production
Executive producer(s) Pip Keane
Producer(s)
  • Kim Hurring
  • Vanessa Forrest
  • Kate McCallum
Editor(s)
  • Emma Cook
  • Sarah Rowan
Location(s) 3 News Studio's Auckland
Camera setup
  • Chris Jones
  • Grant Findlay
  • Billy Weepu
Running time 20 – 25 minutes
Production company(s) MediaWorks New Zealand[1]
Broadcast
Original channel TV3
Picture format 16:9
Original airing 21 March 2005 (2005-03-21)-Present
Chronology
Preceded by 3 News
Related shows Seven Sharp
External links
3news.co.NZ/CampbellLive

Campbell Live is a half-hour long New Zealand current affairs programme Monday–Friday at 7.00pm (following 3 News), on TV3 and is hosted by John Campbell. Campbell Live has interviewed various notable personalities, including Al Gore, Robert Fisk, Tony Blair, as well as an array of celebrities, including Adam Lambert and Metallica.

History[edit]

TV3 announced plans to start a 7pm current affairs show in November 2004 after Paul Holmes, who presented a current affairs show called Holmes on TV1, left the state broadcaster to host a similar show on Prime.

Campbell Live started production in February 2005, after John Campbell and Carol Hirschfeld left their 3 News presenter positions to host and produce, respectively, the current affairs show. The show launched on the 21 March, 2005, with the first story being about fake drivers licences being given to people of Asian descent.

Hirschfeld left her position as Executive Producer in September 2009, and was replaced by former Holmes producer Pip Keane.

Awards[edit]

Campbell Live won two awards at the 2006 Qantas Television Awards including Best Current Affairs Series. The second award was for the Best News or Current Affairs Presenter for John Campbell.

At the 2010 Qantas Television Awards, Campbell Live received three awards, one for Best Current Affairs Editing, one for Best Current Affairs Reporting and John Campbell again won for Best News or Current Affairs Presenter.

At the 2011 Aotearoa Film and Television Awards, Campbell Live received an award for investigation of the year for their work tracking the Samoan Tsunami relief funds - presented to host John Campbell, Executive Producer Pip Keane and Producer Claudine MacLean.

Presenters and reporters[edit]

  • John Campbell - presenter
  • Anna Burns-Francis - reporter, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Tristram Clayton - reporter, Auckland
  • Lachlan Forsyth - reporter and backup presenter, Auckland
  • Jendy Harper - reporter, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Kate King - reporter, Auckland
  • Whena Owen - reporter, Wellington, New Zealand
  • Dan Parker - reporter, Wellington
  • John Sellwood - reporter, Christchurch
  • Rebecca Wright - reporter, Auckland

References[edit]

  1. ^ Drinnan, John (27 August 2010). "TV3 checking pulse of Campbell Live". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 3 December 2010. 

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