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TV Guide (New Zealand)

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TV Guide
EditorJulie Eley
CategoriesTelevision listings
First issue1986
CompanyStuff Limited
CountryNew Zealand
Based inAuckland
WebsiteOfficial website

TV Guide is a weekly New Zealand magazine that lists the country's television programs for each week.[1][2]

History and profile

TV Guide was started in 1986 as a section in Truth magazine.[3] Soon it became a separate publication.[3] It is published by media business Stuff Ltd, a subsidiary of Australian media company Nine,[1] from its Auckland office.[2]

Regular features

  • Highlights - The best of the week's viewing
  • Soap Watch - The latest soap opera news
  • Hot Gossip - TV and movie gossip
  • TV Movies - more information on movies on television this week
  • Sport Plus - the sports news
  • Winners - winners of the magazine's competitions
  • Mr Telly - readers share their views about what is on television
  • At the Movies - movies on at cinemas
  • DVD Video - New DVDs are reviewed
  • Game On - Reviews of gadgets and games
  • Horoscopes - horoscope for the week
  • Puzzle Fun - puzzles
  • Kids' Club - Games, puzzles and prizes for children
  • Kids' Club Jokes - jokes sent in by young readers of TV Guide


  • Julie Eley - Editor
  • Chris Bush - Deputy Editor
  • Kristie Rogers - Art Director
  • Sarah Nealon - Journalist
  • Ellie Porter - Print Producer
  • Melenie Parkes - Journalist


  1. ^ a b "TV Guide". Fairfax Media. Archived from the original on 2 May 2016. Retrieved 6 November 2015.
  2. ^ a b "About TV Guide". Stuff. 30 June 2015. Retrieved 6 August 2016.
  3. ^ a b Erin McKenzie (13 December 2016). "How is this still a thing? The TV Guide's resilience in the digital era". Stop Press. Retrieved 13 April 2020.

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