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This article identifies recent developments in the ownership and management of New Zealand media institutions since Bill Rosenberg's 2009 article in Pacific Journalism Review. New Zealand is enmeshed within global capitalism; a reality which shapes contemporary ownership patterns. Often the media ownership discussion in New Zealand is centred on media moguls, but they are answerable to their investors, shareholders, international investment banks, fund managers and venture capitalists whosedoi:10.24135/pjr.v17i2.357 fatcat:mw7beslxgnb4jgzgp7fprh7pka