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NiuMediaThe conservation of the environment is one of the most important areas  of the Niuwave Media, as it ensures us that we have beautiful locations and things to film and use in our productions.

We are known to film many things with our underwater units especially sharks, which is why we are big supporters of Shark Year.

Niuwave Media Group Limited is a dynamic company leading the industry as the first Premium media company in Fiji.  Our aim is to revolutionize the industry by ensuring that only high quality work is produced.

Our team is made up of the most talented, innovative and creative people in the country.  We set the bar in quality of our work to that of overseas media companies.

Our equipment is of the highest standards which aid us in giving our clients the best.  We are able to cater to many areas of Media from Video, Art & Design, Web Development, Music Production and Marketing Solutions.

We are also working on many new and exciting projects that will see our company grow into a One-Stop-Shop in the area of Media.

Niuwave Media, a Niu way of thinking.

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