Keith Slater

Reporter, Producer, Director

Keith Slater started his journalism career at South Pacific Television before becoming a director, then taking the helm as Auckland Bureau Chief in TV3's newsroom. Along the way he produced shows like Fair Go and Country Calendar, but his heart belonged to current affairs, where his list of credits included TV3's primetime news, 60 Minutes, 20/20, Nightline and Campbell Live. Slater passed away in June 2017.

Consistency, credibility and accessibility; and the greatest of these is credibility. Keith Slater's mantra of what matters most in journalism

The Hui

2016 - ongoing, Network Consultant - Television

Great War Stories 3 - Leslie Beauchamp

2016, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 3 - Peter Howden

2016, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 3 - Ranji Wilson

2016, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 3 - The Marquette

2016, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - Ettie Rout

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - Hāmi Grace

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - Lottie Le Gallais

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - Ormond Burton

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - The Executed Five

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - The Harper Brothers

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories 2 - William Malone

2015, Executive Producer - Television

Great War Stories

2014 - 2018, Executive Producer - Television

Campbell Live

2005 - 2015, Producer - Television

20/20

1993 - 2001, Producer - Television

The Ralston Group - 20 June 1991

1991, Producer - Television

The Ralston Group - 8 August 1991

1991, Producer - Television

Nightline

1990 - 2013, Executive Producer - Television

3 News / Newshub

1989 - ongoing, Producer - Television

The Beginner's Guide to Visiting the Marae

1984, Director - Television

Country Calendar - Daggy and the Dickheads

1982, Director - Television

Fair Go

1986 - 1988, Producer - Television

Country Calendar

1980 - 1986, Writer, Director - Television