PMN continues its transition into the Moanaverse with a new digital home for its news and media
PMN is pleased to reveal its new website that ensures the future of Pacific storytelling, radio and news media continues to connect with its growing online audience.
CEO Don Mann says at the heart of the new website are the communities.
“PMN’s new digital platform is all about serving the Pacific community. The stories we share deserve an online space that upholds the mana and respect of Pacific people,” he says.
“We have an obligation to provide a digital home that best serves the interests of the Pacific community.”
Click here to see the new site www.pmn.co.nz
The redesigned site makes it easier to discover its brands Niu FM, 531pi, PMN News and its 10 language programmes all in one place.
Included in the refresh was a branding approach that seeks to connect and be relevant with an increasingly digitally savvy Pacific youth audience.
The project was completed within a year and was led by web agency Daylight Group, the team behind award winning site The Spinoff.
“We liken our online space to a digital version of a kupega or upega: a net that seeks to contain Pacific knowledge that sustains us and to share this koloa across the Moanaverse,” says Mann.
The main colour tapa black is an intention neutral backdrop that holds the vibrancy of our islands.
The site is mobile-friendly, optimizing the display for any screen size so you can access our content on the go.
See it now https://pmn.co.nz/
About Pacific Media Network
Pacific Media Network (PMN) is the premier provider of quality Pacific content in New Zealand and the operating arm of The National Pacific Media Trust. PMN provides space for all Pacific People to access, explore, strengthen and celebrate Pacific identity, language and culture and in doing so contributes to resilient, confident, healthy, prosperous, thriving Pacific communities.
Our multi-media offerings include 531pi, Niu FM, PMN News, PMN Cook Islands, PMN Niue, PMN Tonga, PMN Samoa, PMN Fiji, PMN Rotuma, PMN Kiribati, PMN Tokelau, PMN Tuvalu and PMN Solomons.
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