Triangle Television is New Zealand's first non-commercial, regional TV station and has been broadcasting to the Auckland region since August 1998, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The channel broadcasts on a Goverment-owned channel and as a public broadcaster, combines access, public service and ethnic television programming into a novel and exciting format.
We aim to reflect the diversity within our region.
Anyone can put a programme on Triangle Television, so if you think your interests or perspective on life are absent from the media we have one response: make your own show and get your voice heard!
Individuals and groups can book a time slot to broadcast their own programme. Although we don't currently have facilities available for programme production, we can put you in touch with people around town who have the necessary skills and facilities to help you produce your own show.
The station acts independently from all programme providers.
This independence ensures that Triangle Television cannot be controlled by individuals or groups with their own agendas.
The station's independence ensures that editorial controlled remains with the programme provider.
Air time is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis bearing in mind the need for equitable representation of all groups.
Programme time not taken up by community programme providers is filled with public service television programmes aimed at a wider audience. As well as local programming, Triangle Television hosts a range of satellite feeds from around the world, including Deutsche Welle (DW) TV from Germany, Voice of America TV and Aljazeera English TV
Printed programme listings can be found in the Herald on Sunday.
Who we are:
Jim Blackman, Founder and CEO
Callum MacGilvray, Station Manager
Hans Versluys, Programme Manager
Deborah Faith, Programme Producer / Director
Will Isherwood, Technical Producer / Voice Over / Transmission Operator
Salvin Narayan, Editor / Graphics